Chapter 1, Metaphor and Religious Mystery
1. What did Campbell say was a lie?
2. What was Campbell doing when he declared something a lie?
(a) Teaching a class.
(b) Writing a book.
(c) Doing an interview.
(d) Talking with an expert.
3. Who asked Campbell about what he thought was a lie?
(a) A newspaper reporter.
(b) An editor.
(c) A student.
(d) A radio host.
4. What did half of the people in religion say was truth?
5. What did the other half of people in religion say about what half of the people said was truth?
(a) They were lies.
(b) They were not to be trusted.
(c) They were useful.
(d) They were teaching tools.
6. What did Campbell say separated believers from atheists?
(a) Their trust in religion.
(b) Their belief in metaphor.
(c) Their faithful hearts.
(d) Their need for religion.
7. How many functions did Campbell say Mythology served?
8. What did Campbell say was the first function served by Mythology?
(a) Supporting moral order in society.
(b) Alligning consciousness to the mysteries of the universe.
(c) Perceiving the mystery of time and space.
(d) Carrying individuals through life's crises.
This section contains 3,447 words
(approx. 12 pages at 300 words per page)