The Four Loves Test | Final Test - Easy

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Multiple Choice Questions

1. Which of the following, according to Lewis, lend support to the belief that Eros is a higher type of love?
(a) Boldness, charisma, and transformation.
(b) Strength, sweetness, and sheer terror.
(c) Composition, influence, and enlightment.
(d) Power, dynamics, and jolts.

2. What does Lewis cite as being a possibility of being accomplished by a small group of friends?
(a) A small group is likely to change the world.
(b) A small group is likely to be selective about whom is allowed into the fold.
(c) A small group is not likely to accomplish much.
(d) A small group is likely to share a single common interest or goal.

3. Eros honored and allowed to run free will consume and become which of the following, according to Lewis?
(a) A sea captain.
(b) A knight.
(c) A soothsayer.
(d) A demon.

4. According to Lewis, what element precludes crossing the lines of gender in relation to friendship?
(a) Culture.
(b) Nothing.
(c) Fear of rejection.
(d) Selectivity.

5. Lewis notes that a change in societal attitudes relating to friendship label it as which of the following?
(a) "Friends are like a garden. Cultivate the good ones, and weed out the bad ones."
(b) "Friends have become the main course of life's banquet."
(c) "Friends have become something to fill in the chinks."
(d) "Friends can become part of an extended family."

6. What does Lewis mention must occur between a man and a woman for friendship to take place?
(a) If they have both been professionally counseled in the area of differentiation between friendship and love.
(b) If either one of them is dating or married to the other's best friend.
(c) If the differences between them are recognized and acknowledged.
(d) If they do not have a romantic interest in each other.

7. According to Lewis, what is the reason that people are tempted to overstep the bounds of affection?
(a) Simply because they are affectionate.
(b) Simply because they are people.
(c) Simply because they are insecure.
(d) Simply because they are selfish.

8. Lewis points out that both men and women want which of the following in addition to a spouse or a significant other?
(a) Friendship.
(b) Affection.
(c) Attention.
(d) Security.

9. Lewis uses which of the following characters to illustrate how perversion is possible within gift love?
(a) Mrs. Lawrence.
(b) Mrs. Troxclair.
(c) Mrs. Winters.
(d) Mrs. Fidget.

10. Friends give value to which of the following, according to Lewis?
(a) Our popularity.
(b) Our life.
(c) Our self-worth.
(d) Our image.

11. Lewis points out that it is satisfying to know that your lover can be friends with which of the following?
(a) Your family members.
(b) Your friends.
(c) Your former spouse.
(d) Your parents.

12. According to Lewis, jealousy is applicable to which of the following in relation to affection?
(a) Love.
(b) Change.
(c) Trust.
(d) Security.

13. Which of the following is the name of the individual whom Lewis uses in his illustrative story about refusing to release the notion of being needed?
(a) Dr. Colinot.
(b) Dr. Quartz.
(c) Dr. Keaton.
(d) Dr. McGrew.

14. According to Lewis, which is the least natural of the loves that he focuses on in his book?
(a) Friendship.
(b) Affection.
(c) Gift love.
(d) Appreciative love.

15. Which of the following is an unconventional basis for friendship that Lewis cites?
(a) A history of having engaged in a bitter dispute.
(b) Differences of opinion.
(c) Intimidation.
(d) The ability to exclude others.

Short Answer Questions

1. According to Lewis' story illustrating perversion, which of the following can occur if an individual tends to every need that is perceived in relation to their object of affection?

2. Lewis turns to which of the following professions to illustrate a refusal of releasing the notion of being needed?

3. While discussing Eros, which of the following is Lewis certain to NOT include in his discussion?

4. Lewis suggests that anyone who deems spending time with animals to be a relief should examine which of the following?

5. Lewis refers to Eros as a "he," deeming him which of the following?

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