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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Part II: On the Man Called Christ, Chapter II: The Riddles of the Gospel.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Chesterton say would have happened if Christ had not come when he did?
(a) The world would have started worshipping demons.
(b) There would have been a void that would have asphyxiated mankind.
(c) Pagan religion would have kept endlessly changing.
(d) None of these.
2. What does Chesterton say about the teachings of Christ?
(a) They are paradoxes.
(b) They are not meant to be accomplished.
(c) They did not fit in his own time any better than they do now.
(d) None of these.
3. Despite the level of sincerity a myth might be understood, what does Chesterton say is still present?
(a) Fundamental belief.
(d) Reality and religious sentiment.
4. If men were like other animals, what does Chesterton argue that we should see?
(a) Other animals rising in consciousness and language.
(b) Religion among beasts.
(c) None of these.
(d) Other animals attempting artistic expression.
5. In Part I, Chapter 1, which of the following does Chesterton recommend doing?
(a) Turning to religion for answers.
(b) Maintaining a universal perspective.
(c) Rejecting science.
(d) Accepting mankind without explaining it.
Short Answer Questions
1. What statement does Chesterton emphatically make about Christianity?
2. Which one of the following is NOT, according to Chesterton, one of the great mysteries?
3. How does Chesterton say a myth must be appreciated?
4. What evidence does Chesterton present to support his claim that Christ was many sided?
5. What form of humanity does Chesterton claim is the unit of the state, or the cell that makes up the formation?
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