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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. According to "On Forgiveness", it is a safe bet in regard to our own sins that the excuses are what?
(a) Completely irrelevant.
(b) Sufficient for God.
(c) Not as good as we think.
(d) Better than we think.

2. In his discussion of what it takes to be a member of the inner ring, Lewis says that the trial for the inner ring may end in all but which of the following ways?
(a) Disaster.
(b) Scandal.
(c) Crash.
(d) Servitude.

3. In "The Inner Ring", what does Lewis say he thinks is one of the most dominant desires in human life?
(a) To prove that the ring doesn't exist.
(b) To be inside the ring.
(c) To bring others into the ring.
(d) To be outside the ring.

4. Lewis says, when discussing the inner ring phenomenon, that we hope for tangible profit from every ring such as all but which of the following?
(a) Power.
(b) Love.
(c) Liberty.
(d) Money.

5. According to "On Forgiveness", it is a safe bet in regard to the sins of others that the excuses are what?
(a) Sufficient for God.
(b) Completely irrelevant.
(c) Not as good as we think.
(d) Better than we think.

Short Answer Questions

1. In the opening of "Membership", Lewis says he believes it was one of the Wesleys who said that the New Testament knows nothing of what?

2. "Membership" states that humility is the road to what?

3. Lewis says in "The Inner Ring" that an egoist is all but which of the following?

4. When discussing religion in private life, Lewis says that we live today in a society starved for all but which of the following?

5. According to Lewis's discussion of forgiveness, what is the the same about us forgiving others and God forgiving us?

Short Essay Questions

1. In his discussion of the value of the human soul, Lewis has what to say about why God died for man?

2. What disadvantages does Lewis say in "Is Theology Poetry?" does Christianity have when faced with other doctrines?

3. What does Lewis say frequently happens when he thinks he is asking God to forgive him?

4. Why, according to Lewis's discussion of forgiveness, is it so important for us to forgive those who sin against us?

5. How does Lewis respond, when discussing whether theology is merely poetry, to the idea that Christians believe their theology because they find it the most poetically appealing of their options?

6. When discussing the common idea that we are all equal in the sight of God, Lewis proposes what he admits may seem to be a paradox. Explain the paradox.

7. What, according to Lewis's descriptions of the inner ring, does one discover when getting close to the ring?

8. In the discussion of the inner ring, what does Lewis say we hope to achieve by getting inside the ring?

9. What, according to Lewis in "Is Theology Poetry?", do his examiners really intend to ask?

10. Lewis says in "On Forgiveness" that there are two remedies for the danger of excusing ourselves from sin. Explain these two remedies.

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