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Hinduism and Shintoism both worship many gods and goddesses, which is known as ________________.
a) Monotheistic
b) Polytheistic
c) Nontheistic
d) None of the above

One of the main teachings of Confucianism was;
a) the five basic relationships (mutual respect)
b) worship of the kami
c) life is full of suffering
d) everything in the world is an aspect of Brahman

Why is Confucianism considered a philosophy instead of a religion?
a) Confucius only believed in one God.
b) No religion is allowed by the Chinese government today.
c) Confucius never wrote any of his ideas down for his followers.
d) His teachings are more about ethics and behavior than about religious ideas.

Which is Confucius' Golden Rule?
a) All men are created equal.
b) What you do not like when done to you, do not to others.
c) There is no God, but the one true God.
d) Health makes one wealthy and wise.

What did Confucius believe were the keys to social order and peace?
a) strict caste system
b) to worship only one god
c) a ruler who could keep order
d) good character and virtue in the people

What do Buddhism, Confucianism, and Taoism have in common?
a) They were all founded in China.
b) They are major world philosophies.
c) They all began in the Middle East.
d) They died out by the 17th century.

In which country was Confucianism founded?
a) China
b) India
c) Japan
d) North Korea

How do the believers of Shinto practice their religion?
a) They attend churches once a week to worship in a group.
b) They must make a pilgrimage to Mecca once in their lifetime.
c) They divide society into castes and work to limit contact between castes.
d) They pray at small altars in their homes.

In which country was Shintoism founded?
a) India
b) China
c) Japan
d) Vietnam

What are the kami that are so important in Shinto belief?
a) They are spirits that followers of Shinto believe exist in things all around them.
b) They are religious writings of Shinto priests.
c) These are the elected leaders of the Shinto communities.
d) The people who convert to Shintoism are referred to as kami.

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