Summer for the Gods: The Scopes Trial and America's Continuing Debate Over Science and Religion Multiple Choice Test Questions

Edward Larson
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Introduction

1. What summer does the title of Edward J. Larson's work refer to?
(a) 1922.
(b) 1924.
(c) 1925.
(d) 1919.

2. What do individuals frequently refer to the Scopes trial as?
(a) Scopes monkey trial.
(b) Scopes primate trial.
(c) Scopes gorilla trial.
(d) Scopes ape trial.

3. The Introduction focuses on questioning taking place on a wooden platform in what location?
(a) Municiplal Auditorium.
(b) City Hall.
(c) Courthouse lawn.
(d) Courtroom.

4. In introducing Clarence Darrow and William Jennings Bryan, Larson centers on questioning, focusing on what?
(a) Jesus' inner circle of disciples.
(b) Old Testament miracles.
(c) Book of Revelation.
(d) New Testament miracles.

5. What is the response Darrow is seeking when questioning Bryan in the introduction?
(a) Most scriptural passages need interpretation.
(b) Some scriptural passages need interpretation.
(c) No scriptural passages need interpretation.
(d) All scriptural passages need interpretation.

6. Bryan is caught between arguing for a literal interpretation of the Bible and accommodating facts about what?
(a) Biology, the solar system.
(b) Evolution.
(c) Geology, biology.
(d) Geology, the solar system.

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