1. Anselm begins the Proslogium in the preface by stating his dissatisfaction with _______________ and his rationale for writing the Proslogium.
(a) The Proslogium.
(b) The Monologium.
(c) The Triologium.
(d) The Duologium.
2. Anselm believes that his project of proving God's existence is a case of "________ seeking understanding."
(b) The unsure.
3. Anselm knows what he believes, but he also wants to know what?
(a) What he does not believe.
(b) Why he believes it.
(c) Why it is true.
(d) Whether he should believe it.
4. Chapter one transitions into an exhortation to believers and what prayer to God?
(a) That his work will reveal the truth.
(b) That others will believe him.
(c) That many will convert.
(d) That he will continue to have faith once he understands.
5. He exclaims that the mind was created to do what?
(c) Contemplate God and focus on Him alone.
(d) Be creative.
6. Humans were created primarily to do what?
(b) See God.
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