From Narnia to Theology: Test Your Knowledge with the C.S. Lewis Quiz

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From Narnia to Theology: Test Your Knowledge with the C.S. Lewis Quiz

Are you a fan of C.S. Lewis and his works? This quiz on C.S. Lewis will test your knowledge of his life, major writings, and ideas. From his Chronicles of Narnia series to his apologetic works, this quiz will challenge and educate you on one of the most important Christian writers and thinkers of the 20th century.

What is C.S. Lewis best known for writing?

The Chronicles of Narnia

Mere Christianity

The Screwtape Letters

The Great Divorce

What was C.S. Lewis' religious background?

Jewish

Hindu

Atheist

Christian

What was the inspiration behind The Chronicles of Narnia?

Greek mythology

Biblical stories

Irish folklore

Personal experiences

What is the main message of The Screwtape Letters?

The nature of evil

The power of temptation

The importance of prayer

The strategy of demons

What was C.S. Lewis' stance on evolution?

He was an advocate for creationism

He was neutral on the subject

He accepted the theory of evolution

He rejected the theory of evolution

What was C.S. Lewis' academic background?

Philosophy

Theology

Literature

All of the above

What was the main inspiration behind The Great Divorce?

A dream

A vision

A trip

A personal experience

What is the theme of The Problem of Pain?

The existence of God

The nature of evil

Theodicy

The value of suffering

What is the significance of The Four Loves?

An exploration of the nature of love

An argument for romantic love

A critique of platonic love

A defense of familial love

How did C.S. Lewis view death?

As an end to life

As a transition to a new life

As a punishment

As a release from suffering

What is the main theme of A Grief Observed?

The nature of loss

The stages of grief

The value of suffering

The comfort of faith

What was the relationship between C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien?

They were friends

They were rivals

They were acquaintances

They were strangers

What was the significance of The Abolition of Man?

A critique of relativism

A defense of natural law

An argument for the existence of God

A condemnation of science

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What is C.S. Lewis best known for writing?
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What was C.S. Lewis' religious background?
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What was the inspiration behind The Chronicles of Narnia?
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What is the main message of The Screwtape Letters?
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What was C.S. Lewis' stance on evolution?
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What was C.S. Lewis' academic background?
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What was the main inspiration behind The Great Divorce?
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What is the theme of The Problem of Pain?
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What is the significance of The Four Loves?
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How did C.S. Lewis view death?
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What is the main theme of A Grief Observed?
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What was the relationship between C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien?
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What was the significance of The Abolition of Man?
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