Final Test - Easy
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This quiz consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What type of teacher was Campbell that he recounts in Chapter 8?
(a) Comparative mythology
2. What did the troubadours become known as?
(a) Love doctors
(b) Actors of love
(c) Love mates
(d) Singers of love
3. What seems to be a commonality among all cultures in relation to God according to Campbell?
(a) Identification and union with God
(b) Introduction of similarities to other Gods
(c) Stories about God to pass down
(d) Reliance on God to set rules
4. What is a powerful symbol that appears in all religions and cultures?
5. Of what kind of myths and legends does Campbell provide specific examples?
(a) Those involving death and suffering
(b) Those involving Jesus only
(c) Those involving life and renewal
(d) Those involving rebirth
6. Which of the following went into solitude and emerged to sit beneath a bo tree?
(b) Dalai Lama
(c) Jesus Christ
7. The Semitic and Indo-European invaders were mainly what?
(a) Hunters and nomads
(b) Stationary hunters
8. What type of man do Campbell and Moyer say that God is?
9. Which of the following historical developments does Campbell trace in Chapter 6?
(a) Goddess in mythology
(b) Societies and cultures
(c) Lack of male role models
(d) Western religions
10. How do the troubadours describe love?
(a) The ideal
(b) The goal
(c) The means
(d) The only
11. What does Campbell say that the fate of evildoers teaches society?
(a) The punishments possible in society
(b) Dire consequences of not being a moral person
(c) Improve role models standing in society
(d) How to behave morally
12. Which of the following cultures used the circle to represent the embodiment of the center of their mythology?
13. What does Campbell indicate is a relatively recent development in the history of mankind?
(a) Domination of Goddesses in mythology
(b) Males of both dogmas
(c) Depiction of God as a male figure
(d) Similarities between Judeo-Christian and Moslem religions
14. How is the sunrise depicted by the Goddess Nut in Egypt?
(a) Combining it with th emoon
(b) Giving birth to it in the east
(c) Swallowing it in the west
(d) Taking it to the mother earth for renewal
15. What does Jung say about religion?
(a) It provides eternal judgment.
(b) It is unnecessary.
(c) It provides order to life.
(d) It is a defense against the experience of God.
Short Answer Questions
1. On what does Campbell indicate that man's view of God depends?
2. What two symbols are combined in a powerful union through the Goddess Nut?
3. What is the dominant theme of the Mediterranean region's religious history?
4. In what year was the Albigensian Crusade begun?
5. Campbell indicates the troubadours and their ideas about love were associated with which movement?
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