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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. What two trees did Paul see a connection between?
(a) The tree of the Fall and the tree of the Cross.
(b) The tree of life and the tree of death.
(c) The tree of the Crucifixion and the tree of life.
(d) The tree of knowledge and the tree of evil.
2. What was the intermediate institution for Jews?
(a) A synagogue.
(b) A feast.
(c) A mystical union with God.
(d) A covenant.
3. What in the desert did Navajos attach mythological meaning to?
(a) The sand.
(b) Every detail.
(c) The emptiness.
(d) The snakes.
4. What did translating the Roman Catholic Mass cause?
(a) Dilution of mystery.
(b) All of these.
(c) Spread of the Gospel.
(d) Spiritual revolution.
5. What did the yin yang represent?
(a) The life span of a God.
(b) All things being part of one process.
(c) The connection of good and bad.
(d) All things being separated.
Short Answer Questions
1. What did Campbell say about the two neighboring lands of the country talked about in Chapter 2?
2. What kind of victims were always found in Hebrew scriptures?
3. What did James Joyce call terror?
4. Who, besides the Jews, believed in a Promised Land?
5. What kind of religion was seen as a protection from experience?
Short Essay Questions
1. What did Campbell say corrupted the poetry of the Bible?
2. How did Campbell say gurus were attracting Western youth?
3. What did Campbell say was the fourth function of metaphor?
4. What was the metaphor used by Paul to describe the crucifixion?
5. What did Campbell say was the first function of metaphor?
6. What did Shive personify?
7. What did Campbell say caused the fall of the Medieval society?
8. How did Sri Ramakrishna open conversations?
9. What did Campbell say would bring victory over patriarchal provincialism?
10. What about men did Western religions think needed purification?
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