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Vocab JudaismChristianity IslamMISC. $100100$100 100$100 $200200$200200$200200$200 $300300$300300$300300$300 $400400$400400$400400$400 $500500$500 500$500 references
Vocab $100 Word that means the belief in one God.
Vocab $200 Polytheism is defined as…
Vocab $300 The sacred text of Hinduism.
Vocab $400 This religion believes in following a guru.
Vocab $500 This word means non-religious
Judaism $100 Holy Book of this religion
Judiasm $200 City that became the capital of the Kingdom on Israel.
Judaism $300 Man who freed the Hebrews (Jews) from slavery in Egypt by taking them to Canaan (Palestine).
Judiasm $400 Place of Jewish worship and instruction.
Christianity $100 Only the Christian faith views this man as the son of God
Christianity $200 Holy book of this religion, made up of the old and new testament.
Christianity $300 City near Jerusalem where it is said Jesus was born.
Christianity $400 In 33 AD Jesus was put to death how?
Christianity $500 This Emperor converted the Roman Empire to Christianity.
Islam $100 The prophet of Islam- died in 632 AD.
Islam $200 Holy book of this religion.
Islam $300 This city is the 3 rd holiest city in the Islamic religion. It is wear the Al- Aqsa Mosque is located.
Islam $400 City faced when the 5 daily prayers are said.
Islam $500 2 of the 5 pillars of Islam
MISC $100 This religion still exists in China today.
MISC $200 The Tripitka is the sacred text of this religion.
MISC $300 The Eightfold Path, Four Noble Truths and nirvana are associated with this religion.
MISC $400 Term for rebirth in another body.
MISC $500 He is considered the founder of Buddhism.
What is Monotheism
What is Belief in many Gods
What is Vedas
What is Hinduism
What is Secular
What is The Torah
What is Jerusalem
Who is Moses
What is A Synagouge
The name of the King of Ancient Israel who made Jerusalem the capital of the Kingdom.
Who is King Solomon
Who is Jesus
What is The Bible
What is Bethlehem
What is Crucifixion
Who was Emperor Constintine
Who is Muhammad
What is The Quran (Koran)
What is Jerusalem
What is Mecca
What is Faith, Prayer, Fast, Charity/Donation (Zakah), Pilgrimage (Hajj)
What is Confucianism
What is Buddhism
What is Buddhism
What is riencarnation
What is Siddhartha Gautama
How many gods are there in Confucianism?
By: Ms. Eraqi Vocab JudaismChristianity IslamMISC. $100100$ $100 $200200$200200$200200$200 $300300$300300$300300$300 $400400$400400$400400$400.
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