← Rel 351 (final) Test
5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Holy Communion
- a The eucharist, or the Lord's Supper. It is the equivalent of the Latter-day Saint term sacrament
- b A model of the cross bearing an image of the crucified Lord
- c Candelabrum. The 7 branched version was one of the temple furnishings and today symbolizes Israel on its national seal; the 9 branched version is specifically used for Hanukkah, eight of the candles symbolizing the 8 days of the festival and the 9th being used to light the others. (J)
- d The doctrine of the Father, the Son, and the AHoly Ghost as one God of the same substance, yet in three manifestations, in a manner that cannot be explained by mortals. The term also refers to the last five months of the Christian year, in which the implications of the world-wide gospel in daily life are contemplated. (Color: green)
- e "Tabernacle"; a booth constructed of three walls and a partial roof in which Jewish families should partake of meals and may sleep during the celebration of Succoth
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- The coming Savior; the messiah figure of Zoroastrianism.
- French reformer and theologian
- Muslims who believe that leadership of the community should have passed to Muhammad's son-in-law 'Ali and should be hereditary. Shi'a means "the party or sect"
- the world (dispersal of Jews) outside of Israel
- (1881-1969) became pope in 1958. he is best known for calling the second vatican council (vatican II), which reviewed catholic doctrines relating to the laity, interfaith attitudes, the role of clergy, etc.
5 True/False Questions
Sephardim → Opponents of the Hasidim who placed emphasis on learning the tradition rather than emotion (J)
Angra Mainyu → Zarathustra's name for the destructive spirit, the devil; also known as Ahriman.
Baraka → The practice of giving 2.5% of accumulated wealth to support the umma, embodiment of the principle of charitable giving. One of the 5 pillars of Islam.
Gathas → Hymns or poems written by Zarathustra; considered to be the most authoritative expressions of the Zoroastrian religion.
Mikveh → Ritual bath (J)