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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 American did Campbell compare Mary to?
(a) Abraham Lincoln.
(b) John F. Kennedy.
(c) George Washington.
(d) Martin Luther King Jr.

2. Where did Vyasa's father leave his seed?
(a) In a dead woman.
(b) In a river.
(c) On a rock.
(d) On a leaf.

3. How did Campbell describe marriage?
(a) A love affair.
(b) A lifestyle.
(c) A choice.
(d) A sacrifice.

4. What kind of book was Kings?
(a) Theological.
(b) Narrative.
(c) Historical.
(d) Legendary.

5. Which of Arthur's knights suggested going separately into the forest?
(a) Galahad.
(b) Gawain.
(c) Lancelot.
(d) Morgaine.

Short Answer Questions

1. What kind of religion is Christianity considered?

2. Why did educated men misread ancient texts?

3. What did Campbell say diverse traditions expressed?

4. Who first had the idea of a Messiah to bring the end of times?

5. What must be shared for myths to be derived?

Short Essay Questions

1. What does the painting, the Second Coming, depict?

2. How are Judaism and Hinduism opposites of each other?

3. What are Jung's opposing pairs, and what significance do they have?

4. How did Buddha die?

5. How was Buddha able to cross the river, and what happened afterward?

6. What significance did the Tower of Babel have on history?

7. How did Campbell describe his idea of Heaven?

8. Who did the Mayans worship with a cross?

9. What did Campbell think the Space Age did to religious ideals?

10. What is Kundalini?

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