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Question 1 Judaism, Christianity, guidelines for moral conduct
Answer 1 Ten Commandments
Question 2 Islam, guidelines for moral conduct
Answer 2 Five Pillars of Islam
Question 3 Holy River, Hinduism
Answer 3 Ganges River
Question 4 Peace and Harmony Four religions
Answer 4 Buddhism, Taoism, Shintoism, Confucianism
Question 5 Term: One God
Answer 5 Monotheism
Question 6 Spirits in nature Three religions
Answer 6 Animism, Shintoism, Taoism
Question 7 Social structure of Hinduism. Restricts social movement, determines jobs and associates
Answer 7 Caste System
Question 8 Siddhartha Gautama is better known as
Answer 8 Buddha
Question 9 Confucian Writings
Answer 9 Analects
Question 10 Rebirth, Caste, strict social standings are characteristics of this religion.
Answer 10 Hinduism
Question 11 Place significant to Christianity, Judaism, and Islam
Answer 11 Jerusalem
Question 12 Term: multiple gods
Answer 12 Polytheism
Question 13 Jewish Holy book
Answer 13 Torah
Question 14 Islamic Holy Book
Answer 14 Qu’ran
Question 15 Eightfold Path, Four Noble Truths, selfish desires are characteristics of this religion
Answer 15 Buddhism
Question 16 Social order, peace and harmony, the Analects are characteristics of this philosophy.
Answer 16 Confucianism
Question 17 Christian Holy Book
Answer 17 The Bible
Question 18 Name given to a person removed from the Caste System
Answer 18 Untouchables Dalit Outcastes
Question 19 Three monotheistic religions
Answer 19 Islam, Christianity, Judaism
Question 20 Rebirth and reincarnation two religions
Answer 20 Hinduism, Buddhism
Question 21 Pray, Alms, Fast, One God, Pilgrimage
Answer 21 Five Pillars of Islam
Question 22 Filial piety, Five Relationships, family are characteristics of this philosophy
Answer 22 Confucianism
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