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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. What does Chesterton define as the problem with pessimists?
(a) They are cosmic anti-patriots.
(b) They impede progress.
(c) They are opposed to religious beliefs in any form.
(d) They are opposed to optimists.

2. Who is Mr. Blatchford?
(a) A pagan.
(b) An early Christian.
(c) A humanitarian.
(d) A martyr.

3. How does today's skeptic compare to the skeptic of the French Revolution, according to Chesterton?
(a) Today's skeptic is a true revolutionary.
(b) Today's skeptic is not nearly so violent.
(c) Today's skeptic is not a Jacobin.
(d) Today's skeptic cannot even define what he trusts.

4. What, in Chesterton's example, might God have an eternal appetite for?
(a) Fairytales.
(b) Infancy.
(c) Theatrics.
(d) Repetition.

5. Who is Mr. Street?
(a) A character in one of Chesterton's tales.
(b) The man most affected by the book.
(c) A journalist who first reviewed the book Orthodoxy.
(d) A philosopher who probably opposes Chesterton.

Short Answer Questions

1. What fact do religious men no longer accept as a foundational belief?

2. What does Chesterton not mean by the word "orthodoxy"?

3. What is the problem with taking change as the ideal in a man's life, according to Chesterton?

4. What is Chesterton's amazement at scientific advancement?

5. According to Chesterton, how did men gain morality?

(see the answer key)

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