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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. Lewis warns against allowing love from becoming which of the following?
2. 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.
3. Lewis notes that which of the following may help or hinder a personal walk with God?
(a) The various types of love.
(b) Distractions in life.
(c) Lack of religion.
(d) Lack of time.
4. According to Lewis, a person should constantly be doing which of the following?
(a) Helping others.
(b) Constantly growing closer to God.
(c) Educating himself/herself.
(d) In tune with nature.
5. Lewis writes that many people have problems doing which of the following in relation to truth?
(a) Telling it.
(b) Facing it.
(c) Avoiding it.
(d) Discerning it.
Short Answer Questions
1. According to Lewis, what is it that nature does not do in relation to theological proposition?
2. According to Lewis, what does affection expand to when the person upon whom affection is directed is gone?
3. Which of the following is one of author C.S. Lewis' categorizations of love?
4. Pleasure, according to Lewis, is which of the following?
5. An unexpected pleasant aroma, according to Lewis, is which of the following?
Short Essay Questions
1. 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?
2. How is disinterest in what is "need pleasure" for others illustrated in a heroic light by the author in the "Likings and Loves for the Sub-Human" section of his book?
3. Describe what the author mentions about our "need love" for God.
4. What does the author write in relation to how a person treats affection in his/her life?
5. What are the two categories that the author divides all love types into as he begins his discussion on the subject of love?
6. How does the author contradict the widely-accepted belief concerning verification of the theological proposition?
7. 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."
8. How does the author explain that people go about putting themselves and their home country in the best possible light?
9. What interesting observation does the author write about in relation to a friend becoming an "old friend"?
10. What is an example of "gift love" that the author describes as he continues sharing his observations on the subject of love?
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