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Judaism is… 1.Monotheistic 2.Polytheistic 3.Henotheistic 4.Atheistic
Christianity is… 1.Monotheistic 2.Polytheistic 3.Henotheistic 4.Atheistic
Islam is… 1.Monotheistic 2.Polytheistic 3.Henotheistic 4.Atheistic
Hinduism is… 1.Monotheistic 2.Polytheistic 3.Henotheistic 4.Atheistic
Buddhism is... 1.Monotheistic 2.Polytheistic 3.Henotheistic 4.Atheistic
Which below are the 3 Semitic Religions? 1.Judaism, Christianity, Islam 2.Judaism, Hinduism, Buddhism 3.Christianity, Islam, Buddhism 4.Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism
Which below are the 2 Indian religions we learned about? 1.Islam, Buddhism 2.Islam, Hinduism 3.Hinduism, Buddhism 4.Judaism, Hinduism
Members of this religion celebrate passage into adulthood with a ceremony called a Bar or Bat Mitzvah 1.Judaism 2.Christianity 3.Islam 4.Buddhism 5.Hinduism
Believes that Siddhartha Gautama became the “Enlightened One”. 1.Judaism 2.Christianity 3.Islam 4.Buddhism 5.Hinduism
Practices meditation. 1.Semitic Religions 2.Indian Religions
Many members follow dietary laws that only allow them to eat foods considered “kosher”. 1.Judaism 2.Christianity 3.Islam 4.Buddhism 5.Hinduism
Many members follow dietary laws that only allow them to eat foods considered “halal”. 1.Judaism 2.Christianity 3.Islam 4.Buddhism 5.Hinduism
Believe that Mohammed is the last and most important prophet of God. 1.Judaism 2.Christianity 3.Islam 4.Buddhism 5.Hinduism
Believe that Jesus is the Son of God. 1.Judaism 2.Christianity 3.Islam 4.Buddhism 5.Hinduism
The Jewish scripture is the… 1.Koran 2.Bible 3.Vedas 4.Tipitaka 5.Torah
The Christian scripture is… 1.Koran 2.Bible 3.Vedas 4.Tipitaka 5.Torah
The Muslim scripture is the... 1.Koran 2.Bible 3.Vedas 4.Tipitaka 5.Torah
The Hindu scripture is the... 1.Koran 2.Bible 3.Vedas 4.Tipitaka 5.Torah
The Buddhist scripture is the… 1.Koran 2.Bible 3.Vedas 4.Tipitaka 5.Torah
Believe that Dharma and Karma play an important role in reincarnation. 1.Judaism 2.Christianity 3.Islam 4.Buddhism 5.Hinduism
According to the 5 Pillars, one must pray ___ times a day facing the city of ___ 1.5 / Mecca 2.5 / Jerusalem 3.3 / Mecca 4.3 / Jerusalem
Which of the following is addressed by Buddha’s 4 Noble Truths 1.Meditation 2.Reincarnation 3.Suffering 4.Heaven
Which of the following is the best definition for Karma? 1.Duties 2.Laws 3.Consequences 4.Charity
Who is considered a forefather of all Semitic religions? 1.Abraham 2.Moses 3.Jesus 4.Mohammed
Which religious leader is believed to have come back to life 3 days after he died? 1.Abraham 2.Jesus 3.Mohammed 4.Buddha
What is the Arabic word Muslims use to describe the pilgrimage 1.Ramadan 2.Koran 3.Hajj 4.Zakat
A man named Paul helped spread this religion throughout the Mediterranean world 1.Judaism 2.Christianity 3.Islam 4.Buddhism 5.Hinduism
Believe in honoring the 10 Commandments.... 1.Judaism 2.Christianity 3.Islam 4.All of the above
This religion’s founder was a Hindu Prince. 1.Judaism 2.Christianity 3.Islam 4.Buddhism 5.Hinduism
Members of this religion commemorate their New Year with holidays called Rosh Hashanah & Yom Kippur. 1.Judaism 2.Christianity 3.Islam 4.Buddhism 5.Hinduism
Members of this religion make sacrifices during a 40-day period called Lent. 1.Judaism 2.Christianity 3.Islam 4.Buddhism 5.Hinduism
Considers the Ka’bah a sacred structure. 1.Judaism 2.Christianity 3.Islam 4.Buddhism 5.Hinduism
Founded by a group of migrating peoples called Aryans. 1.Judaism 2.Christianity 3.Islam 4.Buddhism 5.Hinduism
Followers of this religion follow the “Eightfold Path”. 1.Judaism 2.Christianity 3.Islam 4.Buddhism 5.Hinduism
Members of this religion believe they have a special Covenant with God to obey his commandments. 1.Judaism 2.Christianity 3.Islam 4.Buddhism 5.Hinduism
Members of this religion celebrate their most important holiday, Passover, by having a meal called the Seder. 1.Judaism 2.Christianity 3.Islam 4.Buddhism 5.Hinduism
Baptism is the ritual by which people become members of this religion. 1.Judaism 2.Christianity 3.Islam 4.Buddhism 5.Hinduism
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