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100 200 300 400 500 Judaism Christianity IslamToss Up Any Religion Sunni, Shiites, and More
Who is the founder of Judaism? A 100
Abraham A 100
What is the sacred text? A 200
The Torah A 200
Where did Judaism begin? A 300
Middle East A 300
Who were Abraham’s sons? A 400
Isaac and Ishmael A 400
What is the name of their place of worship? A 500
Synagogue A 500
Who is the founder of Christianity? B 100
Jesus Christ B 100
What is the sacred text? B 200
The Bible B 200
What is the name of their place of worship? B 300
Church B 300
What does A.D. stand for? B 400
Anno Domini-In the year of our Lord B 400
What event caused the Christian calendar to change from B.C. to A.D.? B 500
Jesus’ birth B 500
Who is the founder of Islam? C 100
Muhammad C 100
What is the sacred text? C 200
The Qur'an (Koran) C 200
What is the name for the followers of Islam? C 300
Muslims C 300
DAILY DOUBLE C 400 DAILY DOUBLE Place A Wager
Name the three holy cities of Islam. C 400
Mecca Medina Jerusalem C 400
During prayer, Muslims must face what city? C 500
Mecca C 500
What is Mecca the home of? D 100
Muhammad’s place of birth D 100
Why are Isaac and Ishmael significant? D 200
Isaac’s descendents are Jewish Ishmael’s descendents are Muslim D 200
What is the place of worship for Muslims called? D 300
Mosque D 300
Define Caliph D 400
Successors to Muhammad/leader of Islam D 400
What was the movement called when the Jews were forced from Israel in 70 A.D. ? D 500
Diaspora D 500
What was the movement called when the Jews began to return to Israel? E 100
Zionism E 100
List the five Pillars of Islam E 200
1.Declaration of Faith 2.Prayer 3.Alms 4.Fasting 5.Pilgrimage (Hajj) E 200
Define Jihad E 300
Holy War E 300
What are the two branches of Islam? E 400
Sunni and Shiites E 400
What similarities do the Sunni and Shiites have? E 500
The belief in Allah The belief in the Qur'an The belief in the Five Pillars Going on a pilgrimage (hajj) E 500
What are the differences between the Sunni and Shiites? F 100
Islamic Laws Religious Practices Daily Life F 100
What percentage of Muslims are Sunni? F 200
90% F 200
Shiites believe that Caliphs should be? F 300
Descendants of Muhammad F 300
How do Sunni Muslims pick their Caliphs? F 400
They are elected leaders F 400
What country is dominated by Shi’ite Muslims? F 500
Iran F 500
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