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4 Gms World Religons

For "World Religions test on Febuary 2nd 2016 Tuesday

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Who is the founder of Buddhism? Siddhartha Gautama, “Buddha”
What does Samara mean? The cycle of life, death and, rebirth to which life in the material world is bound.
What does religion mean? A set of believes and practices that gives purpose to a persons life.
Why do all cultures worldwide, have some form of religion? It describes who they are and, helps people make sense of the world.
What does Monotheistic mean? The belief in only one god.
What does Polytheistic mean? The belief in many gods.
What does karma mean? A person's actions whether they are good or bad.
What do Buddhist believe in? The Eight fold Path, Four Noble Truths, and nirvana.
What are sacred writings for? Rules for living.
Hindu's sacred writings tell ______ about their rules and belief. Stories.
Where is the Hindu's sacred place? Ganges River
For Judaism the set of rules that tell how people to behave toward god and other people are called? The Ten Commandments
For Christianity what contains parables or stories Jesus told to make a point. The Bible
For Islam what is their sacred writing in which god dictated the rules for living directly to prophet Mohammed? The Quran.
What place for Hindu's is their sacred place that washes away bad karma clinging to their life. The Ganges River.
What are sacred writings for? Rules for living.
Hindu's sacred writings tell ______ about their rules and belief. Stories.
Where is the Hindu's sacred place? Ganges River
For Judaism the set of rules that tell how people to behave toward god and other people are called? The Ten Commandments
For Christianity what contains parables or stories Jesus told to make a point. The Bible
For Islam what is their sacred writing in which god dictated the rules for living directly to prophet Mohammed? The Quran.
What place for Hindu's is their sacred place that washes away bad karma clinging to their life. The Ganges River.
What are somethings Religions have in common? System of beliefs, sacred places, special objects and special days. (This one is going to be in short answer form)
________,_________, and_________ are the three religions that practice monotheism. Judaism, Christianity, and Islam.
What two Religions believe in the continuous cycle of life death and rebirth? Hinduism and Buddhism.
Hindu's believe god can be thought of in many forms, one form to rule over ______, and one form to rule over________, ________& ________ Life, destruction, death and Rebirth.
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