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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. When does Jesus go into the the desert?
(a) After he begins preaching his message
(b) After he is crucified
(c) After his baptism
(d) Before he is baptised
2. Who crushed the Albigensians?
(a) The Church of the Middle Ages
(b) Pope John Paul
(c) The Ango Saxons
(d) Pope Innocent III
3. What is the earth considered throughout myths of the farming era?
(a) Life and renewal
(b) Supportive system
(c) Beginning of the end
(d) Goddess itself
4. Campbell indicates the troubadours and their ideas about love were associated with which movement?
(b) Anglo Saxon
5. Which of the following can be said that occurs in the stories of Jesus Christ, Buddha and Moses?
(a) No commonalities
(b) Exact same story, different geographical areas
(c) Similar features
(d) Common elements
6. What did the troubadours become known as?
(a) Actors of love
(b) Love mates
(c) Singers of love
(d) Love doctors
7. In which of the following religions is mankind identified as being included and participating with the deity?
8. What complaint do Campbell and Moyers repeat in Chapter 5?
(a) Modern society does not have adequate myths for the youth.
(b) Youth no longer believes in myths.
(c) Schools do not teach enough mythology.
(d) There are too many myths in our society.
9. What about life is universally recognized according to Campbell?
(a) God is a man.
(b) There is existance beyond mankind's cognizance.
(c) Life is created by God.
(d) There is more than one God.
10. What image is depicted of the Goddess Nut from Egypt?
(a) Giving birth to the savior
(b) Swallowing the moon
(c) Giving birth to the moon
(d) Swallowing the sun
11. With what is the Goddess identified?
12. To whose epiphany writings does Campbell compare his own athletic experience?
13. What type of teacher was Campbell that he recounts in Chapter 8?
(c) Comparative mythology
14. All of the great religions advocate what in some form with the deity?
15. The psychology of love does not affect which of the following in regard to knights?
(a) Rules of engagement in duels
(b) Rules of engagement in tournaments
(c) Tools to be used in tournaments or duels
(d) Code of chivalry
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Jung say about religion?
2. The philosophy of love is grafted onto the underlying saga of whose resistance to the Anglo Saxon invasion of Britian?
3. Who often arranged for traditional marriage?
4. Which type of societies and cultures identified with the Goddess?
5. What does Campbell indicate the concept of romantic love stresses in Western culture?
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