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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What was most important to Dickens in his writing?
(a) The message of his book.
(b) His writing.
(c) The setting.
(d) The subject.
2. Who did medieval man think led the rebellion of fallen angels?
(a) The first man.
(d) The prime mover.
3. What did some people say the longaevi inhabited?
(b) Natural elements.
(d) Thoughts and ideas.
4. Which soul was created by God?
5. What did the thought of demonic spirits lead the Longeavi to being?
(a) Administering angels.
6. When was mapping authority denied in Asia?
(a) The Ming Dynasty.
(b) The Millennial Dynasty.
(c) The Centennial Dynasty.
(d) The Ting Dynasty.
7. Which of the following was NOT something worshiped in medieval times?
8. Which philosopher believed souls to be eternal?
9. What attribute does Lewis say medieval writers had that modern ones do not?
10. Who did medieval man think caused men to rebel against God?
(a) Their inner beings.
(b) Fallen angels.
11. What did some great medieval writers sometimes make lists of in the middle of their books?
12. What did medieval men use to predict things?
(b) Past events.
(d) Weather patterns.
13. What doctrine helped some men understand the longaevi?
(a) The doctrine of the triad.
(b) The doctrine of astrology.
(c) The doctrine of plentitude.
(d) The doctrine of longevity.
14. Who taught medieval man how the heavens moved?
15. What did the term "the end of the earth" mean to medieval people?
(a) The edge of known geography.
(b) The separating space between earth and sky.
(c) The separation between the realm of gods and the realm of men.
(d) The edge of the flat earth.
Short Answer Questions
1. What did Jupiter cause men to do?
2. What does Lewis say medieval literature has a fixation on?
3. What did medieval men think each planet had?
4. What did medieval psychology deal with?
5. What made people talk less about the longaevi?
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