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World Religions Holy BooksHouses of Worship HolidaysFoundersFood 200 400 600 800 1000 Bonus Question: 5000 pts
Topic 1: 200 Question: What is the holy book for Christians? Answer The Holy Bible
Topic 1: 400 Question: What is the holy book for Jews? Answer The Hebrew Bible or Old Testament
Topic 1: 600 Question: What is the Holy Book for Muslims? Answer Holy Koran or Qur’an
Topic 1: 800 Question: What is the holy book in Hinduism? Answer Baghavad Gita
Topic 1: 1000 Question: What is the holy book for Sikhs? Answer Guru Granth Sahib
Topic 2: 200 Question: What is a Christian house of worship called? Answer Church
Topic 2: 400 Question: What is an Islamic house of worship? Answer Mosque
Topic 2: 600 Question: What is a Jewish house of worship? Answer Synagogue
Topic 2: 800 Question: What is a Hindu house of worship? Answer Mandir
Topic 2: 1000 Question: What is a Sikh house of worship? Answer Gurdwara
Topic 3: 200 Question: What is a holy day of Judaism that occurs in the fall and is also the Jewish New Year? Answer Rosh Hashanah
Topic 3: 400 Question: What is a Hindu holiday occurring in the fall that is also celebrated by Sikhs and Buddhists? Answer Diwali
Topic 3: 600 Question: What is a Muslim holiday celebrating the end of Ramadan? Answer Eid al-Adha
Topic 3: 800 Question: What is a Hindu holiday celebrated in the March that involves color? Answer Holi
Topic 3: 1000 Question: What is the Jewish holiday occurring in March that celebrates the biblical story of Esther? Answer Purim
Topic 4: 200 Question: Who is the founder of Christianity? Answer Jesus
Topic 4: 400 Question: Who is the founder of Judaism? Answer Moses
Topic 4: 600 Question: Also known as Buddha, who is the founder of Buddhism? Answer Siddhārtha Gautama
Topic 4: 800 Question: Who is regarded as the origin of monotheism as practiced by Christianity, Islam, and Judaism? Answer Abraham
Topic 4: 1000 Question: Who is the founder of Sikhism? Answer Guru Nanak
Topic 5: 200 Question: What is a dietary choice found in all religions, required by some, and should be a food choice available at public functions? Answer Vegetarianism
Topic 5: 400 Question: What is permitted food in Judaism? Answer Kosher
Topic 5: 600 Question: What is prohibited food in Islam? Answer Haram
Topic 5: 800 Question: What is prohibited by both Muslims and Jews and is not a good option for public food events? Answer Pork
Topic 5: 1000 Question: What cannot be mixed in orthodox Judaism? Answer Dairy and meat
Bonus Question: 5000 pts. Question: What is the holiest site in Sikhism? Answer The Golden Temple
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