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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. 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.
2. What did half of the people in religion say was truth?
3. Where did the phrase "tat tvam asi" come from?
(b) The Brahmims.
(c) The Buddhists.
(d) The Khoran.
4. What did Campbell say was an underlying definition of Mythology?
(a) Past references.
(b) An explanation of mysteries.
(c) The root of actual knowledge.
(d) Other people's religion.
5. What did Campbell say about the two neighboring lands of the country talked about in Chapter 2?
(a) The conflicts were all started over legends.
(b) The religious background was amazing.
(c) The peace was caused by belief in mythology.
(d) The beliefs were radically different.
6. What did the yin yang represent?
(a) The life span of a God.
(b) The connection of good and bad.
(c) All things being separated.
(d) All things being part of one process.
7. What did the priest become when the Roman Catholic Mass was translated?
(a) A leader.
(b) A beacon of hope.
(c) An intermdiary.
(d) An authority.
8. Who saw religion as a protection from experience?
9. What did Campbell say humans were to the Earth?
(b) Sense organs.
10. What was the intermediate institution for Christians?
(a) A ritual.
(b) A covenant.
(c) A mystical union with God.
(d) A feast.
11. What was ignored when metaphors were taken literally?
(a) The reality of the situation.
(b) The spiritual core.
(c) The real meaning.
(d) The teaching point.
12. What did Campbell say myths were products of?
13. What did 'tat tvam asi' mean?
(a) God will rule.
(b) This will pass.
(c) That is you.
(d) Love is here.
14. What were some clergy unable to interpret?
15. What did Campbell say was the third function served by Mythology?
(a) Perceiving the mystery of time and space.
(b) Alligning consciousness to the mysteries of the universe.
(c) Supporting moral order in society.
(d) Carrying individuals through life's crises.
Short Answer Questions
1. What about the world did Navajos often meditate over?
2. What in the desert did Navajos attach mythological meaning to?
3. What did Campbell say were the main categories of God?
4. What did Campbell say allowed participation with the infinite?
5. What level did Buddhism strive to deal with?
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