God in the Dock; Essays on Theology and Ethics Quiz | Eight Week Quiz A

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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Part I, Essays 6 - 11, 'Horrid Red Things', Religion and Science, The Laws of Nature, The Grand Miracle, Christian Apologetics, Work and Prayer.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. Lewis contends that Corineous intends to treat Christianity in what way?
(a) As the only valid faith.
(b) As a provable fact.
(c) As an inferior religion.
(d) As only a myth.

2. According to Lewis, Christianity holds what believe about myth?
(a) It is of equal importance with facts.
(b) It is more important than facts.
(c) It became fact.
(d) It is less important than facts.

3. In Part I, Essay 1, "Evil and God", Lewis states that according to dualism, why is the concept of good itself good?
(a) It is objectively superior.
(b) It is not evil.
(c) It promotes life.
(d) We prefer it.

4. What justification does Joad give for his preference of belief in Part I, Essay 1, "Evil and God"?
(a) The horrors of World War II.
(b) The presence of good acts in the world.
(c) The existence of faith.
(d) The evil nature of man.

5. Why, according to Lewis, are good and evil paired together?
(a) They are objectively diametrically opposed.
(b) Artificial human beliefs brought them together.
(c) Human language paired them.
(d) There is no reason for their pairing.

Short Answer Questions

1. Joad believed that various philosophical theories of human evolution were which of the following?

2. According to Lewis, what is the proper way to make probability judgments about events in Christianity?

3. Which of the following religions does Lewis suggest cannot be believed without the occurrence of miraculous events?

4. One of the options that Joad believed rational persons were forced to choose from is most like what world religion?

5. In addition to being good, Lewis states that Christianity must be defended for being which of the following?

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