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S.S Religion Test

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What is religion? A set of beliefs & practices that gives purpose to peoples lives.
Monotheistic The belief in one god.
Polytheistic The belief in many gods.
Why do all cultures have some form of religion? It sets them apart & describes who they are which helps people make sense of the world.
Which cultures are monotheistic? Christianity, Islam, Judaism
Which cultures are polytheistic? Hinduism (Buddhism does not believe in any gods)
What are 4 things religions have in common? Sacred writings, Special beliefs, Holy days, and Sacred objects
Put the 3 religions that practice monotheism in order of when the first originated. Judaism, Christianity, Islam (In that order)
Hinduism and Buddhism believe in the continuous cycle of life. life-______-rebirth. Death
What is Karma? (Hint: We are not talking about Credit Karma) A person's actions good or bad.
Place the 5 religions in order of when they were originated. Judaism, Hinduism, Buddhism, Christianity, Islam. (In this order)
What is the holy book for Judaism? The Torah
What is the holy book for Islam? Qur'an
What is the holy book for Christianity? The bible
What is the holy book for Hinduism? The Veda's
What Is the holy book for Buddhism? The Pali Canon
Where was Buddhism and Hinduism founded India
Where was Islam, Judaism, and Christianity founded? Middle East
Christianity- Name the special symbol, the 2 special sites, and the 2 most important holidays The cross, Bethlehem/Jerusalem, Christmas/Easter
Islam- Name the special symbol, the 3 special sites, and the most important holiday Prayer rugs, Mecca/Al-Madinah/Jerusalem, Fast of Ramadan
Judaism- Name the special symbol, the special site, and the 3 holidays. Star of David, Jerusalem, Passover/Hanukkah/Rosh Hashanah
Hinduism- Name the special symbol, the sp
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