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World Religions (Print Quiz)

1.

Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva are the three main gods of

 

(A)

Buddhism

 

(B)

Hinduism

 

(C)

Islam

 

(D)

Confucianism

  

2.

Buddhism and Confucianism are similar in that

 

(A)

each emphasizes worship of only one god

 

(B)

each teaches detachment from earthly desires

 

(C)

each are led by monks and nuns

 

(D)

neither tradition is centered on a god figure

  

3.

To achieve salvation, Muslims perform acts of worship known as

 

(A)

the Four Noble Truths

 

(B)

the Five Pillars

 

(C)

the Eightfold Path

 

(D)

the Ten Commandments

  

4.

A common thread of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam is

 

(A)

a belief in the divinity of Jesus

 

(B)

leadership through the clergy

 

(C)

the importance of religious pilgrimage

 

(D)

the belief in a single god

  

5.

Although Christianity is divided into many different sects, its followers all

 

(A)

conduct similar religious services

 

(B)

are led by priests

 

(C)

follow the teachings of the New Testament

 

(D)

have the same rules for their clergy

  
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