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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter VI: The Paradoxes of Christianity.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. In the same story of the sailor, what is better than discovering a new land?
(a) Settling the new land and making it familiar.
(b) Returning home to the old land.
(c) Discovering that the new land is really the old one.
(d) Claiming the new land for your own.
2. How does H. G. Wells perceive categories of things?
(a) He perceives twelve categories.
(b) He subdivides things into tiny categories.
(c) He notes five categories.
(d) He says categories do not exist.
3. What fact do religious men no longer accept as a foundational belief?
(d) Righteous wrath.
4. What does Chesterton say is losing its authority in the modern mind?
(b) Scientific absolutes.
(c) First principles.
5. What is the title of Chapter I?
(a) Introduction in Defense of Everything Else.
(b) The Romance of Orthodoxy.
(c) Introduction and Seduction of Thought.
(d) The Paradoxes of Christianity and Everything Else.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why does Chesterton think that materialism is much narrower than Christianity?
2. What was Chesterton's early progression through religious mindsets?
3. What examples does Chesterton give of lunatic thinking?
4. How does the book look in relation to Chesterton, according to the author himself?
5. In a person's pursuit for truth, what might happen, according to Chesterton?
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