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Welcome. to. Jeopardy!. World Religions and Philosophies. Final Jeopardy. Round 2. Round 1. Daoism & Shintoism. Hinduism. Judaism. Buddhism. Confucianism. Round 2. Final Jeopardy. $100. $100. $100. $100. $100. $200. $200. $200. $200. $200. $300. $300. $300. $300.

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Welcome

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Jeopardy!

World Religions and Philosophies

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FinalJeopardy

Round 2

Round 1

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Daoism

& Shintoism

Hinduism

Judaism

Buddhism

Confucianism

Round 2

Final Jeopardy

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When the soul is reborn into a new body in an attempt to get closer to the “universal spirit.”

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What is reincarnation?

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The main goal of Hindus, which is to achieve union with the Brahman.

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What is moksha?

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The Hindu god seen here:

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Who is Shiva?

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The institution represented in the diagram below.

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What is the caste system?

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The deeds & actions (both good & bad) of a person’s life that affects his/her existence in the next life.

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What is karma?

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He is the founding father of Judaism.

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Who is Abraham?

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An agreement or contract with God.

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What is a covenant?

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The most sacred writings in Judaism seen below. Also known as the Pentateuch.

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What is the Torah?

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Generally credited by scholars to be the first type of this religion. Yet, some might argue that Zoroastrianism was actually the first.

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What is monotheistic?

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The Babylonian exile and expulsion by the Romans from Palestine in 135 C.E. caused this scattering of people.

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What is a Diaspora?

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Before he was the Buddha, he was a Hindu prince named this.

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Who is Siddhartha Gautama?

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Unlike its cousin Hinduism, Buddhists do not have this social hierarchy.

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What is a caste system?

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We aren’t referring to the overrated grunge rock band of the 90s, but instead the Buddhist state of enlightenment.

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What is nirvana?

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Known as the “lesser” and “greater” vehicles, these are the two main branches of Buddhism.

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What are Theravada and Mahayana Buddhism?

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The mound like structure seen here that contains Buddhist relics.

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What is a stupa?

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The symbol seen here:

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What is the yin yang?

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Daoism gained followers as an alternative to this restrictive Chinese philosophy.

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What is Confucianism?

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Shintoism is unique to this Asian country.

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What is Japan?

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Shinto is often compared to be similar to this type of religion due to its belief that everything in nature has a spirit.

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What is an animistic religion?

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This is the term for Shinto gods.

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What are kami?

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The respect a son has for his parents and elders.

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What is filial piety?

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Written by Confucius’ students, these are the words, acts, and thoughts of the philosopher.

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What are the Analects?

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Confucian philosophy became the basis of these Chinese exams.

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What are civil service exams?

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The missing relationship from the chart:

Master – Subject

Husband – Wife

Father – Son

Older Brother – Younger Brother

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What is friend-friend?

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Developed during the Song Dynasty, Neo-Confucianism incorporated elements of this religion from India into its philosophy.

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What is Buddhism?

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Match the Symbol to the Religion

Christianity

Comparative Religion

Buddhism, Daoism or Confucianism

Islam

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Final Jeopardy

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He is the spiritual leader of the Catholic Church who resides in the Vatican.

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Who is the pope?

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He was the disciple most responsible for spreading Jesus’ message after his death through letters and traveling throughout the Roman Empire.

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Who was Paul?

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Written by Mark, Matthew, Luke and John, these are four official books that account the life and teachings of Jesus?

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What are the Gospels?

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Christians believe that Jesus is this, which is derived from the Hebrew term that means “savior sent by God.”

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What is Messiah?

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Contrary to popular belief, it was not Constantine who made Christianity the official religion of the Roman Empire, but instead it was this emperor.

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Who is Theodosius?

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It is the term for Muhammad’s journey to Medina after Meccan merchants sought to kill him.

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What is the hijra (hegira)?

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Muslims should do this five times a day while facing Mecca.

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What is pray?

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According the Shar’iah, Muslims should refrain from consuming this type of beverage and meat.

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What is alcohol and pork?

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This is the holy month commemorating the revelation of the Qur’an to Muhammad, in which Muslims are expected to fast from sunrise to sunset.

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What is Ramadan?

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Surprisingly, it is not a country in the Middle East, but instead this country which is home to the most Muslims in the world (over 200,000,000).

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What is Indonesia?

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Judaism, Christianity, and Islam are all this type of religion.

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What is monotheistic?

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Both Hinduism and Buddhism originated in this modern day country.

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What is India?

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While Sunni Muslims were guided by the caliph, Shiites were guided by these infallible leaders.

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What are the imams?

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While Eastern Orthodox Christians permit divorce under certain circumstances, Roman Catholics do not. Instead a marriage can only be dissolved if the pope grants this.

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What is an annulment?

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This “greater” sect of Buddhism has many rituals and is a mass religion, while Theravada Buddhism mostly avoids rituals and is geared towards worship by monks.

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What is Mahayana Buddhism?

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What is Hinduism?

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What is Judaism?

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Daily

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What is Islam?

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What is Eastern Orthodox Christianity?

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What is Buddhism?

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“Like a spider caught in its own web is a person driven by fierce cravings. Break out of the web, and turn away from the world of sensory pleasure and sorrow.”

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What is Buddhism?

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“If a ruler himself is upright, all will go well without orders. But if he himself is not upright, even though he gives orders they will not be obeyed.”

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What is Confucianism?

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“The mind is flight, and hard to grasp; the mind pursues all its desires. To tame the mind is great goodness. Subdue the mind and know calmness.”

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What is Buddhism?

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“Highest good is like water. Because water excels in benefitting the myriad creatures without having conflict with them and settles where non would like to be, it comes close to the Way.”

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What is Daoism?

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“The more laws and edicts are imposed, the more thieves and bandits there will be.”

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What is Daoism?

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Final

Jeopardy

Official State Religions

Final Jeopardy Question

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Many people in China were upset when Empress Wu pushed this philosophy aside and made this belief system the official state religion of China in the 690’s C.E.