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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 did the Devil tempt Christ with?
(a) Spiritual power.
(b) Monetary wealth.
(c) All of these.
2. What marks Christianity as a true religion?
(a) It has a canon of scripture.
(b) It has a creed.
(c) It has a following.
(d) It has historical evidence.
3. Which of these showed the commonality in human beliefs?
(a) Reinforced symbology.
(c) Recantered mythology.
4. Why did Campbell say mythology is no longer meaningful in most cases?
(a) The characters are shallow.
(b) Pieces of the stories are missing.
(c) The symbols are antiquated.
(d) The lessons are too simple.
5. Why did Campbell not like preachers to explain symbols?
(a) The symbols should speak for themselves.
(b) They are not an authority.
(c) The people should discover them on their own.
(d) There is not one meaning to symbols.
Short Answer Questions
1. What kind of head did Set have, in ancient art?
2. What did Campbell say would help men learn transcendence?
3. What did Campbell say was the most symbolic part of the Crucifixion?
4. How many creation stories are in Genesis?
5. What does the Tristan say cannot be separated?
Short Essay Questions
1. Where did Campbell say many of our modern Easter symbols came from?
2. What have studies shown about teaching religion to children?
3. Who were the Medieval cathedrals dedicated to, and why?
4. What did Jung call the most significant religious document, and why?
5. What did Campbell say a lot of history was created by?
6. What did Campbell think the Space Age did to religious ideals?
7. How are Judaism and Hinduism opposites of each other?
8. How did a Jewish philosopher say a man might get to know God?
9. What does the painting, the Second Coming, depict?
10. What significance did the Tower of Babel have on history?
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