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God in the Dock; Essays on Theology and Ethics Quiz

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Questions 1-5 of 25:

1.

According to materialism, reasoning is the result of what? (from Part I, Essays 12 - 18, Man or Rabbit?, On the Transmission of Christianity, 'Miserable Offenders', The Founding of the Oxford Socratic Club, Religion without Dogma?, Some Thoughts, 'The Trouble with)

2.

What it is about choosing to aid the sick that might be problematic for a Christian? (from Part I, Essays 12 - 18, Man or Rabbit?, On the Transmission of Christianity, 'Miserable Offenders', The Founding of the Oxford Socratic Club, Religion without Dogma?, Some Thoughts, 'The Trouble with)

3.

Lewis advocates therapy for criminal offenders of what type? (from Part III, Essays 1 - 9, 'Bulverism', First and Second Things, The Sermon and the Lunch, The Humanitarian Theory of Punishment, Xmas and Christmas, Delinquents in the Snow, Is Progress Possible?, We Have No 'Right to Happiness')

4.

How does Lewis suggest that higher animals might be able to achieve immortality? (from Part I, Essays 19 - 23, What Are We to Make of Jesus Christ?, The Pains of Animals, Is Theism Important?, Rejoinder to Dr Pittenger, Must Our Image of God Go?)

5.

Lewis would describe Jesus' moral teachings as being which of the following? (from Part I, Essays 19 - 23, What Are We to Make of Jesus Christ?, The Pains of Animals, Is Theism Important?, Rejoinder to Dr Pittenger, Must Our Image of God Go?)

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