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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 IV: The Witness of the Heretics.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What practice does Chesterton say that Christ started by his teachings?
(a) All of these.
(b) Subservience to an all powerful God.
(c) The mixing of religion and revolution.
(d) The exaltation of childhood.
2. What does Chesterton propose to do in order to explain the faults of comparative religion?
(a) Look at Christianity as if it were a foreign religion.
(b) Reclassify the major religions of the world by different standards.
(c) Analyze the origins of each religion.
(d) Look at the church from the inside.
3. What does Chesterton say about the story of Good Friday?
(a) It is why Rome was created.
(b) It is too often read symbolically.
(c) The best things in the world are at their worst.
(d) It is a day of demons and paganism.
4. Which one of the following is NOT, according to Chesterton, one of the great mysteries?
(a) The origin of God.
(b) The origin of mankind.
(c) The origin of the universe.
(d) The origin of life.
5. What abyss in the unity of the absolute does Chesterton reference?
(a) None of these.
(b) The three Marys.
(c) The moment when God had been forsaken of God.
(d) Christ rising from the grave.
Short Answer Questions
1. What additional paradox does Chesterton see in the Christmas story?
2. What literary technique does Chesterton admire in the Gospels?
3. What does Chesterton take as evidence that evolution is flawed as a way to define the origins of man?
4. What does Chesterton say created the opportunity for opulence and moral degradation to enter into mainstream life in Rome?
5. What does Chesterton say about the idea of reincarnation?
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