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All of the following can be said of Jesus EXCEPT that he
a) made unexplainable miracles happen b) was born a Jew c) gave hope to the powerless and embraced all as equals d) he personally recorded his actions and teachings in the New Testament
Which of the following did Russia adopt from the Byzantines?
a) Orthodox Christianity b) use of the Latin alphabet c) factory system d) democratic government
One similarity between the Five Pillars of Islam and the Ten Commandments is that both
a) support a believe in reincarnation b) promote learning as a means to salvation c) encourage the use of statues to symbolize God d) provide a guide to proper ethical and moral behavior
The most practiced religion in India is
a) Islam b) Hinduism c) Buddhism d) Christianity
The Qu’ran, jihad, and the hegira are most closely associated with the practice of
a) Buddhism b) Judaism c) Christianity d) Islam
26. Confucius believed that social order, harmony, and good government could be achieved if society was organized around five basic
a) Civic Values b) Golden Rules c) relationships d) social classes
This is one of the oldest of the revealed world-religions. It stresses the ideas that the world is a battle ground between good and evil. This religion is called
a) Buddhism b) Hinduism c) Judaism d) Zoroastrianism
The Five Pillars of Islam contain all of the following EXCEPT
a) pilgrimage to Mecca b) prayer c) alms d) feasting
The blending of traditional African animism with worldly religions such as Christianity and Islam was called
a) Animicity b) African Syncreticism c) African traditionalist d) Zoroastrianism
A major goal of the Christian Church during the Crusades was to
a) establish Christianity in western Europe. b) capture the Holy Land from Islamic rule c) unite warring Arab peoples d) strengthen English dominance in the Arab world
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