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MONOTHEISTIC AND POLYTHEISTIC REVIEW QUESTIONS. Explain the trail, death, and resurrection of Jesus? Charged with treason Crucified (hung on a cross) Resurrection (rose on the third day). Where did Hinduism originate and how did it diffuse throughout the world? In India

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MONOTHEISTIC AND

POLYTHEISTIC

REVIEW QUESTIONS

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Explain the trail, death, and resurrection of Jesus?
  • Charged with treason
  • Crucified (hung on a cross)
  • Resurrection (rose on the third day)
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Where did Hinduism originate and how did it diffuse throughout the world?
  • In India
  • In begin with the Aryan along with a combination of religious practice of the River Valley People
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Where did Christianity originate and how did it diffuse throughout the world?
  • Jerusalem(present-day Israel)
  • Jesus preaching/teaching to the people and his disciplines
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What was Hinduism religious writings called and describe religion?
  • Vedas/Upanishads written in Sanskrit)
  • 1st Polytheistic religion
  • Main Goal: Reaching Brahman
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Who was the founder of Christianity and he was believed to be _ but not according to the Jews?
  • Jesus Christ
  • The Messiah
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Explain Karma, Dharma, and Reincarnation in Hinduism?
  • Karma: (Consequences of how you life);Dharma: Do your duty;Reincarnation: Passing through many lives help you to reach Brahman.
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How did the Ancient Indians religion (Hinduism) affect the social status of people?
  • The main goal in Hinduism is to reach Braham. To reach Braham, you must fulfill your duty which moves you up higher in the Caste System.
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Who was the founder of Buddhism and why was it so popular?
  • Siddhartha Gautama “Buddha “Enlightened One.”
  • Did not believe in the Caste System
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What did Timbuktu (Africa City) and Taj Mahal (India) have to do with Islam?
  • Timbuktu was a Islam Learning center
  • Taj Mahal was constructed using Muslim Art.
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What do the Four Noble Truths and the Eightfold Path in Buddhism deal with?
  • Four Noble Truths (Suffering)
  • Eight fold Path (What you must have to reach Nirvana)
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Who was the founder of Judaism and what did Yahweh promise him?
  • Abraham
  • He made a covenant (agreement) with God that his descendants would receive the land of Canaan (promise land).
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What was Christianity holy book called and describe religion?
  • The Bible (New testament)
  • Monotheistic religion
  • Jesus is the son of God
  • By accepting Jesus, one could gain salvation (forgiveness from sin)
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Describe Theravada and Mahayana Buddhism?
  • Theravada Buddhist saw Buddha as a teacher
  • Mahayana Buddhist saw Buddha as a God
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In Judaism, how did the Ten Commandments come about and how did they affect the rest of the world?
  • God gave Moses to Ten Commandments to take back to the Hebrews (Jews).
  • Ten Commandments shaped moral laws of many nations.
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Explain Reincarnation in Buddhism and How one reaches Nirvana?
  • You can stop being reborn when you follow the Eightfold Path
  • You reach Nirvana when you give up all worldly desires
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What was Judaism holy book called and describe the religion?
  • Torah
  • 1st monotheistic religion
  • God’s chosen people
  • Messiah was coming
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Who was the founder of Confucianism and what is collection of his sayings?
  • Confucius (#1 thinker)
  • Analects of Confucius
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What was Islamic (Muslim) holy book called and describe religion?
  • Quran
  • Monotheistic religion
  • Muhammad was a prophet
  • Timbuktu: Islamic learning center in Africa
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Who was the founder of Daoism/Taoism and he talked about the way of the _?
  • Laozi (Old Master)
  • Dao
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Explain each of the five Pillars of Faith: Belief; Prayer; Fasting; Charity; and Pilgrimage?
  • Belief: One God Allah/Muhammad prophet
  • Prayer: 5 times a day facing Mecca (Makkah)
  • Charity: Give to the poor
  • Fasting: No eating from dawn to dusk during Ramadan
  • Pilgrimage: Must visit Mecca (Makkah
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Where did Confucianism originate and what did it teach?
  • China
  • Do your duty
  • Family and community
  • Golden Rule
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Where did Islam originate and how did it diffuse throughout the world?
  • Arabian Peninsula (Middle East)
  • Trade and conquest of the Muslim
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Where didDaoism/Taoismoriginate and what did it teach?
  • China
  • Give up worldly desires
  • Return to nature
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Where did Judaism originate and how did it diffuse throughout the world?
  • Middle East
  • It diffuse when the Jews were exiled and scattered throughout the world.
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