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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Conclusion: The Summary of This Book and Appendices.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What reason does Chesterton give that the experiences of the three initial elements of religion cannot be responsible for the rise of mysticism?
(a) No cave art depicts these three things.
(b) Religion is much more complex than the mingling of three experiences.
(c) They are also the experiences of animals who have not become mystics.
(d) They do not provide truth.
2. What place does Chesterton say was the center of antiquity?
(d) The Mediterranean.
3. In what way does Chesterton say the philosophers gained great influence?
(a) By presenting ideas that explained the natural world.
(b) By throwing doubt on superstition and false beliefs.
(c) As advisors to kings.
(d) By creating order out of chaos.
4. Despite the level of sincerity a myth might be understood, what does Chesterton say is still present?
(a) Reality and religious sentiment.
(d) Fundamental belief.
5. If man was once no more than an animal, what does does Chesterton say might be entertained?
(a) None of these.
(b) The intervention of God.
(c) Animals doing things in the providence of man.
(d) That he might return to be one again.
Short Answer Questions
1. What connection does Chesterton make between the boy and the cave-man?
2. Which of the following does Chesterton say is a crucial element of the Christmas story?
3. How does Chesterton characterize the approach of Hannibal to Rome?
4. What does Chesterton imply made the difference in the battle of Carthage and Rome?
5. What emotions does Chesterton say a first time reader of the New Testament would experience?
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