1. On what is Western civilization built?
(a) That all men are created equal.
(b) That one race is superior above all others.
(c) That Americans are the best.
(d) The belief that God created humankind in His own image.
2. Although many Westerners have lost belief in God, what continues to set them apart from other cultures?
(a) They speak English.
(b) The religiocultural legacy.
(d) The Puritan work ethic.
3. To what literary character does the author compare God?
(b) Don Quixote.
(d) Jo March.
4. What can one gain from examining the Bible as a literary biography of God?
(a) One can become closer to God and his infinite wisdom and strength.
(b) Insight into the Western ideal of character without having to subscribe to the religious trappings of Judaism or Christianity.
(c) Understanding of how perfect God is.
(d) Once can learn the truths of the Bible and convert.
5. What do both Jews and Christians concede without blasphemy?
(a) The Bible may be appreciated as literature.
(b) All religions are equal and true.
(c) Both Judaism and Christianity are the true religions.
(d) The Bible is full of fictional tales.
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