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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Pleasure, according to Lewis, is which of the following?
2. In the analogy example presented by Lewis, the individual he cites is standing atop which of the following in relation to his ultimate destination?
(a) A flight of stairs.
(b) A bridge.
(c) A skyscraper.
(d) A cliff.
3. Lewis writes that which of the following can be considered equal to appreciative love?
4. Lewis observes that a person who truly appreciates a cross-section of humanity is capable of interacting with people from which of the following?
(a) From a scholarly community.
(b) A different lifestyle from theirs.
(c) All walks of life.
(d) From the affluent part of town.
5. According to Lewis, when bestowed upon which of the following, admiration can be deemed as appreciative love?
(a) A parent.
(b) A musical composition.
(c) A woman.
Short Answer Questions
1. Lewis acknowledges which of the following as being a category of love?
2. Nature, writes Lewis, should not be used as a means to justify which of the following?
3. According to Lewis, what do some people claim in relation to the most common type of love felt by a person for God?
4. Are any of the following pleasures cited as being existent by Lewis?
5. Lewis writes that human emotion tends to lead people toward doing which of the following?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does the author write in relation to how a person treats affection in his/her life?
2. What topic(s) does author C.S. Lewis share with the reader in the opening pages of his book that relate to his personal experience about writing a book focused on love?
3. How does the author describe "appreciative love"?
4. Describe the love-related warning that the author issues to the reader.
5. Describe "need pleasure" as described by the author.
6. Describe the observations that author C.S. Lewis offers in relation to the words, "like" and "love" as he notes that he will begin his discussion of love, "at the very bottom of love--like" in the section of his book subtitled, "Likings and Loves for the Sub-Human."
7. How does the author manage to incorporate patriotism into a book that is supposed to be focused on love?
8. What does the author mention that is likely to happen if people do not temper their love in nature tempered with Bible study and prayer?
9. What does the author allude to as being the determinant for the type of rulers who govern a country?
10. Describe what the author mentions about our "need love" for God.
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