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Regents Multiple Choice Questions From Unit 3 (mini-unit) On Judaism And The Phoenicians.[print questions]

Which text is essential to the practice of Judaism?
a) New Testament
b) Analects
c) Torah
d) Koran

One way in which Hammurabi's Code and the Ten Commandments are similar is that they
a) promote polytheism
b) establish gender equality
c) provide codes of behavior
d) describe secularism

The Phoenicians are often referred to as the carriers of civilization because they
a) introduced Islam and Christianity to Central Africa
b) established colonies throughout northern Europe
c) developed the first carts with wheels
d) traded goods and spread ideas throughout the Mediterranean region

Judaism, Islam and Christianity share a belief in
a) papal supremacy
b) teachings of the Koran
c) reincarnation and the Four Noble Truths
d) an ethical code of conduct and monotheism

One way in which the Ten Commandments and Hammurabi's Code were similar is that they
a) emphasized social equality
b) provided a written set of laws
c) established democratic governments
d) proposed economic goals

Which belief system is considered monotheistic
a) Jainism
b) Daoism
c) Judaism
d) Shinto

One way in which the Sumerians and the Phoenicians were similars was that they
a) developed extensive writing systems
b) emphasized equality in education
c) established monotheistic religions
d) encouraged democratice participation in government

One similarity between the Five Pillars of Islam and the Ten Commandments is that both
a) support a belief 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

Jewish religious and cultural identity has been greatly influenced by
a) Ramadan and the concept of reincarnation
b) the Torah and Diaspora
c) the New Testament and the Four Noble Truths
d) the Koran and the code of Bushido

Hammurabi's Code, the Ten Commandments and the Twelve Tables were all significant to their societies because they established
a) democratic governments
b) official religions
c) rules of behavior
d) economic systems

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