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Worlds Religions Test

The Qur'an is the sacred


a) book
b) caravan
c) prophet

of Islam.

Like Judaism, Islam is a


a) Polytheistic
b) Monotheistic
c) Atheistic

religion.

This is NOT a Pillar of Islam.


a) Praying five times a day
b) Fasting during Ramadan
c) Saving money for nice things and buy a big house
d) Making a trip to Mecca
Rebirth of a soul in the body of another living thing defines....
a) reincarnation
b) a caste
c) reaching nirvana
Muslims pray in a holy building called a
a) mosque
b) church
c) temple

Buddhism originated in what country?


a) China
b) India
c) Japan
How does one reach enlightenment, or nirvana?
a) by asking for it
b) by being reborn and suffering over and over
c) by going to school and getting a degree
The Torah is the sacred writing (holy book) for which religion?
a) Christianity
b) Islam
c) Judaism
d) None of the above

Teachings of Hinduism include


a) belief in one God
b) the search of nirvana
c) the Ten Commandments
d) belief in reincarnation
What is reincarnation?
a) a religious movement in India that converted many Indians
b) A cycle of rebirth in which one is reborn in a human or animal body
c) the earliest form of recycling paper, glass, and cans
d) the idea that ownership of goods can buy happiness
Members of the Islam religion are called
a) Muslim
b) Christian
c) Jews
d) Buddhists

Which faith believes that cows are sacred?


a) Islam
b) Buddhism
c) Hinduism
d) Christians
Monotheism is the belief in many gods.
a) True
b) False
If a Muslim goes on a pilgrimage to Mecca they would be going on a
a) trip
b) vacation
c) journey
d) hajj
According to the teachings of Islam, there are
a) 1
b) 5
c) 10
d) 20
This religion was started by Muhammad in 610 A.D.
a) Christianity
b) Judaism
c) Islam
d) Buddhism

Pillars of Islam.

Avatar is the name of


a) a system of special exercises and breathing.
b) a representation of a Hindu god or goddess.
c) a seeker of the meaning of life.
d) a wall of snow-capped peaks and glaciers.
What does Kosher mean?
a) delicious
b) acceptable
c) to dance
Praying in the name of the Father, and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit is called
a) prayer.
b) the Sign of the Cross.
c) an oath.
The 2 grounds that the 10 Commandments are divided into are
a) relationships with friends and family.
b) relationships with church and community.
c) relationships with God and others.
Which religion believes that through meditation humans can develop peace and solve their problems?
a) Christianity
b) Islam
c) Buddhism
d) Judaism
Which of these religions is monotheistic?
a) Christianity
b) Judaism
c) Islam
d) All of the above
The first major religion who practiced monotheism was:
a) Judaism
b) Christianity
c) Islamic
The holy book for Christianity is the Bible.
a) True
b) False
Japan's two major religions are Buddhism and
a) Confucianism
b) Christianity
c) Shinto

The Jewish chief official is a:


a) caliph
b) bishop
c) rabbi
How many times must a Muslim pray per day?
a) 5
b) 3
c) 2
A Jewish house of worship is called a
a) synagogue
b) mosque
c) church
The father of the Jewish, Christian and Muslim people is
a) God
b) Adam
c) Abraham
The Hebrew prophet who led the Israelites out of Egypt was
a) Moses
b) Abraham
c) Muhammad
The head of the Roman Catholic Church is the
a) bishop
b) pope
c) God
What
a)
b)
c)

is the day of religious observance and abstinence from work for the Jews?
Zionism
Sabbath
Messiah

What
a)
b)
c)

does Messiah mean?


God
"Anointed one"
Moses

A Protestant is one who doesnt agrees with the teachings of the Roman Catholic Church.
a) True
b) False
Lent is 40 days long.
a) True
b) False