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Question 1: Following his ordination in 1984, Hill became a minister affiliated with both the ________ and the Orthodox Presbyterian Church.
Presbyterian Church in AmericaPresbyterian Church (U.S.A.)Associate Reformed Presbyterian ChurchNorth American Presbyterian and Reformed Council

Question 2: On December 6, 1994, Hill was sentenced to death by lethal injection under ________ law.
FloridaNorth CarolinaMassachusettsNew Jersey

Question 3: Hill died by ________ in Florida State Prison on September 3, 2003.
Capital punishment in the United StatesLethal injectionTortureCapital punishment

Question 4: On July 29, 1994, Hill approached a ________ abortion clinic with which he was familiar.
Pensacola, FloridaTallahassee, FloridaTampa, FloridaOrlando, Florida

Question 5: In a statement before his execution, Hill said that he felt no remorse for his actions, and that he expected "a great reward in ________".
GodAfterlifeMonotheismHeaven

Question 6: Hill's ________ happened two years later in 1973, soon after being sent to Military School.
JesusChristianityReligious conversionIslam

Question 7: Paul Hill was born in ________ on February 6, 1954, to Oscar Jennings Hill, an airline pilot, and his wife Louise.
Miami-Dade County, FloridaSouth Florida metropolitan areaDowntown MiamiMiami

Question 8: Hill was raised in ________, where he was quiet and reserved, but well liked in high school.
North Miami Beach, FloridaCoral Gables, FloridaAventura, FloridaMiami Springs, Florida

Question 9: He was ________ in 1993 following a number of nationally televised appearances, in which he claimed to be the new national spokesperson for defensive action against abortionists, with connections to the Army of God.
ExcommunicationShunningNew TestamentBishop
















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