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Question 12 pts

A worldview that sees all elements of nature as being filled with spirit or spirits is called:

Group of answer choices

 

Animism

 

Polytheism

 

Atheism

 

Pantheism

 

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Question 22 pts

If the Divine is seen as being beyond space and time, it is:

Group of answer choices

 

Animistic

 

Polytheistic

 

Transcendent

 

Immanent

 

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Question 32 pts

A technique that sets aside ordinary categories of analysis and makes use, instead, of unexpected perspectives on cultural elements is:

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Deconstruction

 

 

Structuralism

 

Construction

 

Dualism

 

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Question 42 pts

All of the following are used as symbolic forms of the female divine except:

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The moon

 

A snake

 

Water

 

A lightning bolt

 

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Question 52 pts

The female divine is an important element in the religions of India. Which of the following is not a form of the goddess in Hinduism?

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Saraswati

 

Shiva

 

Kali

 

Durga

 

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Question 62 pts

The spiritual essence of all human beings is called:

Group of answer choices

 

Brahman

 

Atman

 

Moksha

 

Anatman

 

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Question 72 pts

Which of the following is not one of the 4 Life Stages of Hinduism?

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Student

 

Business Owner

 

Renunciate

 

Retiree

 

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Question 82 pts

True or False: The presence of female divinities means that women have always enjoyed equality and fair treatment in the religious traditions of India.

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True

 

False

 

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Question 92 pts

Ritual offerings in honor of a deity are called:

Group of answer choices

 

Puja

 

Yoga

 

Renunciation

 

Caste

 

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Question 102 pts

The spiritual discipline of devotion to a deity or a teacher is called:

Group of answer choices

 

Karma yoga

 

Bhakti yoga

 

Jnana yoga

 

Raja yoga

 

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Question 112 pts

The spiritual discipline of knowledge or insight is called:

Group of answer choices

 

Karma yoga

 

Jnana yoga

 

Bhakti yoga

 

Raja yoga

 

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Question 122 pts

The Buddha who is expected to appear on Earth in the future is:

Group of answer choices

 

Maitreya

 

Amitabha

 

Guanyin

 

Shakyamuni

 

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Question 132 pts

This term means non-violence:

Group of answer choices

 

Anatta

 

Anicha

 

Bodhi

 

Ahimsa

 

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Question 142 pts

A question, employed in Zen Buddhism, that cannot be answered logically is called a:

Group of answer choices

 

Koan

 

Haiku

 

Stupa

 

Sutra

 

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Question 152 pts

A sacred text that records the words of the Buddha is called a:

Group of answer choices

 

Vinaya

 

Abhidharma

 

Sutra

 

Stupa

 

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Question 162 pts

The approach to Buddhism that rejects the personal quest for enlightenment, instead embracing the idea that enlightenment must be universally shared by all sentient beings is called:

Group of answer choices

 

Theravada

 

Bhakti

 

Mahayana

 

Dukkha

 

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Question 172 pts

A book of sayings attributed to Confucius and his early disciples is the:

Group of answer choices

 

Yijing

 

Analects

 

Daodejing

 

Zhuangzi

 

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Question 182 pts

The classical literature, which preceded Confucianism, and upon which Confucius based many of his teachings, is called:

Group of answer choices

 

Daodejing

 

Analects

 

Five Classics

 

Zhuangzi

 

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Question 192 pts

Doing only what comes spontaneously and naturally is called:

Group of answer choices

 

Ren

 

Li

 

Wu wei

 

Yang

 

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Question 202 pts

Confucius believed that the virtues:

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Would lead to harmonious society.

 

Must be learned and nurtured.

 

Defined a noble person.

 

All of the above.

 

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Question 2125 pts

Compare and contrast a psychological view of religion (Freud, Jung, or James) with a sociological point of view (Durkheim or Levi-Strauss). Defend one of the two theories you selected as a better explanation for the origin of religions.

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