Test Answers on religion

Religion 103 Final- Exam 1

Which of the following reasons did the professor believe to be the most important reason for studying world religions today? Politics During the lecture we were able to define the whole concept of religion in a way that fits all religions. False Which of the following forms of religious expression is defined by, \”what is […]

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Bible Ch5

According to Marxism, christian ethics is simply a tool of oppression. true or false true According to Marxism, salvation comes through the overthrow of capitalism. true or false true Karl Marx advocated for a peaceful transition to communism. true or false false Many of today’s Marxists see economic struggle as the root conflict between which […]

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Religious Liberty In America

Who was Anne Hutchinson? a religious dissenter who was banished from the Massachusetts Bay Colony As of 2008, a majority of Americans identified as Christian Although religious diversity has steadily increased throughout US history, the nation still struggles with religious intolerance. Which of the following best explains why California has more Catholics than any other […]

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unit 3 Bible quizes 1,2,3

Luke is known as the beloved , as well as a fellow laborer of the Apostle. physician Paul Both Paul and Luke may have been educated in: Tarsus Luke was likely both a: Gentile and a Greek Beginning in Acts 16, Luke’s frequent use of \”we\” reflects his: personal experience Luke’s storytelling of the events […]

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World Religions Chapter 9: Christianity

anointed one What does the title Christ literally mean? Martin Luther Who emerged as the leader of the reform movement in the sixteenth century? Sacrament In Christianity, a sacred rite that is thought capable of transmitting the mystery of Christ to worshipers is knows as what? Holy Euchatist or Communion What is the central sacrament […]

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WTP Court Cases- Religion

Engel v Vitale New York’s requirement of a state-composed prayer to begin the school day was declared an unconstitutional violation of the Establishment Clause. Lemon v Kurtzman The Court struck down a Pennsylvania law reimbursing religious schools for textbooks and teacher salaries. The decision held that a program does not violate the Constitution if: (a) […]

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Religion Kahoot It

What is the term for someone who is \”not a Jew?\” Gentile What is NOT a synoptic Gospel? John This term best summarizes Jesus’s message in the Synoptics. Kingdom of God What term best describes \”gospel.\” Good News The author of the Gospels is also known as… Evangelist This is the first stage of Gospel […]

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Exploring Religions Chapter 5 Large

Saraswati The goddess of learning, literature and music Karma Yoga The path of action in which selfless service to others brings liberation from the endless cycle of rebirth Britain India became a colony of_in the 18th century Karma Buddhist belief that the form the soul will take in the next life is determined by its […]

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Creative Bible Teaching

\”hook, book, look, took\” \”hook, book, look, took\” sound corny. He was also right when he predicted that I would use these four words to effectively teach the Bible. FOCUSING THE MESSAGE focus and staying focused are critical to many aspects of life. Consider Peter, for example. In Matthew 14 we read of Jesus walking […]

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World Religions Chapter 6 crossword puzzle

What is a person called who renounces material comforts to live a self-disciplined life? Ascetic What is life filled with? Suffering What is the entire community of monks, nuns, and lay persons called? Sangha What is the Buddhist doctrine of \”no soul\” or \”not self\” that means permanent, unchanging, independent self does not exist, though […]

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Bible 06 – THE APOSTLE PAUL QUIZ 1: PAUL

1. A change from unbelief to faith in Jesus Christ 2. Birthplace of Paul 3. Paul’s teacher in Jerusalem 4. To treat badly because of one’s faith 5. One of the first deacons in Jerusalem; was stoned to death 1. conversion 2. Tarsus 3. Gamaliel 4. persecution 5. Stephen Paul was given the Jewish name […]

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Religion Chapter 4 Jainism

Although the majority of Indians who are religious continue to follow the Hindu paths, Mother India has given birth to several other religions, which are NOT based on the Vedas. One of them is _____ Jainism Uplifting human awareness inculcating high standards of personal ethics Jainism Jain teachings recognize that we humans are imperfect, but […]

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Module 1 World Religions Test

Paryushan Mahaparva Most important festival in Jainism Upanishads In Hinduism, this term means the philosophical part of Vedas Samsara In Jainism, this term means a continual round of birth, death, & rebirth Dharma In Hinduism, this term means Moral Order, righteousness, or religion Religion A particular response to dimensions of life considered sacred, as shaped […]

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World Religions-Hinduism

Dharma The Hindu word for religion, which also refers to duty, natural law, social welfare, ethics, health and transcendental realization is Karma The Hindu term for action and consequences of action is Yoga Spiritual disciplines designed to clear the mind and increase sattvic qualities are known as Tantras The power of the feminine aspect of […]

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Religious Liberty In America Analysis

Who was Anne Hutchinson? a religious dissenter who was banished from the Massachusetts Bay Colony As of 2008, a majority of Americans identified as Christian Although religious diversity has steadily increased throughout US history, the nation still struggles with religious intolerance. Which of the following best explains why California has more Catholics than any other […]

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Chapter One Religions 110B

Literally, the word religion means Connect again. A common element often found in religions is feelings of wonder the prophetic orientation in religion emphasizes beliefs and moral codes The early anthropologist who saw religions rooted in the belief in spirits and the worship of them was James Frazer Sigmund Freud, when analyzing the origin of […]

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Chapter 13- Family and Religion

The family is a social institution that is found in: a. Most, but not all, societies. b. About half of human societies in the world today. c. Only high-income nations. d. Every society. d. Which of the following are counted among the tasks of the family, according to the structural- functional approach? a. Socialization of […]

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religion exam study guide Finding God grade 6

old testament the first 46 books of the bible, which tell of God’s covenant with the people of Israel and his plan for the salvation of all people. It is fulfilled in the New Testament, but God’s covenant presented in this has permanent value and has never been revoked torah the first five books of […]

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Religion 14B San Joaquin Delta College Summer 2014

Enlightenment Period of European history from 1648 to 1800. Scientific revolution Facts , truth Philosophical revolution Individual encourage to think for themselves. The Cartesian quest Locate human knowledge in ways that are indubitable and universal. Conviction Belief not easily relinquished. Worldview Lens or conviction set person or group views everthing Emic Analyse from inside looking […]

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Inste bible college

2 timothy 2:15 Do your best to present yourself to God as one approved, a workman who does not need to be ashamed and who correctly handles the word of truth. Luke 9:32 Then he said to them all: \”If anyone would come after me, he must deny himself and take up his cross daily […]

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Intro to Biblical Literature – Religion 221 Hope College

Genesis = Exodus = Leviticus = Numbers = Deuteronomy = Why? What? How? Who? How Long? Genesis Contract with God, How the world began, Abraham, Jacob, Joesph Exodus Leaving Egypt, getting the Israelites out, Moses helps God and Israel become partners, figure out roles – golden calf, tabernacle Leviticus How does the Covenant work? Moses, […]

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