Islam / Africa / Imperialism. Review. Compared to many Polytheistic religions that came before Judaism and Catholicism, both are significantly different because they are _____________ religions. Monotheistic. Another two word phrase used to describe The Gospels is…. Good News.
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Compared to many Polytheistic religions that came before Judaism and Catholicism, both are significantly different because they are _____________ religions.
Martin Luther’s main complaint that started the Protestant Reformation was…
Judaism, Christianity, and Islam all have this “one” thing in common?
(Name these four things)
Both Hinduism and Buddhism believe in Karma, Dharma, and a cycle of rebirth. (true or false)
John Calvin preached that God had decided who would be saved a long time ago, also known as…
The essential religious duties required of every adult Muslim who is mentally able is referred to as…
The Five Pillars of Islam
In comparison to the Old Testament and the New Testament, Muslims believe that the Qur’an is a perfect representation of Gods words. (true or false)
1. Access to Natural Resources
2. Social Darwinism
3. Expanded Markets
5. Business Opportunities
6. Outlet for Europe’s Population
7. Spread of Christianity
8. Spread of Western Civilization
9. Fueling Bases
First freely elected black South African president. Served as a symbol of freedom and struggle to achieve equality.
The domination of one country over the political, economic, and cultural life of another is called:
An area in which an outside power claims exclusive investment or trading rights is called:
Sphere of Influence
Territory settled and controlled by people from a foreign land is known as a:
A country that maintains it own government but must submit to the will of a foreign power is called: