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World Religion Set 4
Hinduism
Aryans
Caste System
Brahman
A family of religious traditions practiced by about 900 milli…
Nomadic warriors who dominated Northern India between 3,000 a…
A division of social class in India based on ancient Hindu te…
The universal spirit behind everything. He is the force behin…
Hinduism
A family of religious traditions practiced by about 900 milli…
Aryans
Nomadic warriors who dominated Northern India between 3,000 a…
Religion 4 - World Religions: Islam
Islam
Line of Prophets
Hijab
Allah
Peace; submission to the will of God (Allah)
Muhammad is the final prophet in a line of prophets; Jesus wa…
The headscarf worn by some Muslim women for the sake of modesty
God
Islam
Peace; submission to the will of God (Allah)
Line of Prophets
Muhammad is the final prophet in a line of prophets; Jesus wa…
71 terms
World Religion Exam #4
Dao
yin/yang
filial piety
"one child only" policy
"The Way," Chinese philosophy that says we should live simply…
2 opposing but complementary forces found in all things in th…
a fundamental hierarchy in human relationships
results in the "little emperor/empress" phenomenon. More chil…
Dao
"The Way," Chinese philosophy that says we should live simply…
yin/yang
2 opposing but complementary forces found in all things in th…
Unit 4 World Religion
Vardamana, also known as 'The Great He…
The term 'Jain' refers to those who fo…
According to Jainist cosmology, a huma…
Mahavira, one of the great heroes, had…
forged a path or ford, and thus found a way out of the spirit…
True
True
True
Vardamana, also known as 'The Great He…
forged a path or ford, and thus found a way out of the spirit…
The term 'Jain' refers to those who fo…
True
Chapter 4 world religion
Artha
Vanaprastha
Shankara
Varna
Hindu goal of getting ahead spiritually, professionally, soci…
The third of the male Ashramas, the retirement stage. Starts…
A philosopher devoted to vishnu, devoted follower to Shiva. H…
The four major socials divisions in India's caste system; Bra…
Artha
Hindu goal of getting ahead spiritually, professionally, soci…
Vanaprastha
The third of the male Ashramas, the retirement stage. Starts…
World Religions Quiz 4
Know what the goal Hinduism is, what m…
Know what god/deity comes to earth in…
Know what the roots of Western exercis…
Know who or what the founder of Hindui…
Goal—Moksha (release) from reincarnation, release from samsar…
Vishnu—comes to earth in different incarnations to assist hum…
Came from Hinduism... Purpose is to reach liberation and release…
No one knows the founder of Hinduism
Know what the goal Hinduism is, what m…
Goal—Moksha (release) from reincarnation, release from samsar…
Know what god/deity comes to earth in…
Vishnu—comes to earth in different incarnations to assist hum…
20 terms
World Religion Quiz 4
Chinese religions are ______, meaning…
Ancestor veneration and ______ are imp…
Daoism (or Taoism) espouses the idea t…
______ emphasizes order, propriety, an…
Syncretic.
Filial piety.
Dao.
Confucianism.
Chinese religions are ______, meaning…
Syncretic.
Ancestor veneration and ______ are imp…
Filial piety.
4. World Religions
Monotheism
Polytheism
Deity
Christianity
Belief in one god or deity
Belief in many gods.
A god; a divine being
A religion based on the life and teachings of Jesus
Monotheism
Belief in one god or deity
Polytheism
Belief in many gods.
26 terms
4.2 - World Religions
Abraham
Bethlehem
Bodh Gaya
Buddhism
Founder of Judaism
Sacred site for Christians
Sacred site for Buddhists
Religion that urges people to see enlightenment through medit…
Abraham
Founder of Judaism
Bethlehem
Sacred site for Christians
28 terms
Unit 4: world religions
Monotheism
Polytheism
Zoroastrianism
Judaism
The belief in and worship of only one God
The belief in many gods
The official religion of the Persian Empire, which understood…
A religion with a belief in one god. It originated with Abrah…
Monotheism
The belief in and worship of only one God
Polytheism
The belief in many gods
Religion 4 - World Religions: Islam
Islam
Line of Prophets
Hijab
Allah
Peace; submission to the will of God (Allah)
Muhammad is the final prophet in a line of prophets; Jesus wa…
The headscarf worn by some Muslim women for the sake of modesty
God
Islam
Peace; submission to the will of God (Allah)
Line of Prophets
Muhammad is the final prophet in a line of prophets; Jesus wa…
124 terms
World Religion Exam 4
sacrements
aquaducts
Jupiter
Aristotle
ritual acts that christians participate in
large structures designed to bring water into the early cities
latin name for Zeus
greek philosopher who was the political advisor and private t…
sacrements
ritual acts that christians participate in
aquaducts
large structures designed to bring water into the early cities
World Religion Ch 4
Agni
Arati
Atman
Avatar
Rigvedic deity of fire and the conveyor of sacrifices to the…
is a Hindu religious ritual of worship, a part of puja, in wh…
the innermost essence of each individual
a "descent" of God to earth in a physical form with the speci…
Agni
Rigvedic deity of fire and the conveyor of sacrifices to the…
Arati
is a Hindu religious ritual of worship, a part of puja, in wh…
16 terms
World Religions 4
Hinduism
Aryans
Caste system
Brahman
A family of religious traditions practiced by about 900 milli…
Nomadic warriors who dominated northern India between 3,000 a…
A division of social class in India based on ancient Hindu te…
One central belief in Hinduism is a belief in Brahman, the un…
Hinduism
A family of religious traditions practiced by about 900 milli…
Aryans
Nomadic warriors who dominated northern India between 3,000 a…
86 terms
World Religion: Chapter 4
7th; Muhammad
Abrahamic; monotheistic
Worldwide; continent
Shalom
Islam came on the world scene in the ___ century with the pre…
Islam is an ______________ and a ___________________ religion
Islam is a _____________ religion covering almost every _____…
Islam derives from the same root a the Hebrew word _________
7th; Muhammad
Islam came on the world scene in the ___ century with the pre…
Abrahamic; monotheistic
Islam is an ______________ and a ___________________ religion
World Religions Quiz 4
what is Hinduism?
how did Hinduism originate?
when and where did Hinduism begin?
what are the building blocks of Hindui…
a religion that focuses on behavior more than belief
mass migrations merged to the Indus River around 2500-2000 BC.
Indo-Europeans migrated from the North West to the Ganges Riv…
Sanskirt (the sacred language of the Vedic literature), belie…
what is Hinduism?
a religion that focuses on behavior more than belief
how did Hinduism originate?
mass migrations merged to the Indus River around 2500-2000 BC.
28 terms
Unit 4: World Religions
deity
heresy
monotheism
polytheism
A god or goddess that is the subject of religious worship.
Any words or actions that go against the accepted teachings o…
A religion that centers around the worship of one deity.
A religion that centers around the worship of multiple deities.
deity
A god or goddess that is the subject of religious worship.
heresy
Any words or actions that go against the accepted teachings o…
World Religion Ch. 4
Siddhartha's encounters with an old ma…
After Siddhartha spent an entire night…
At the core of what is generally regar…
According to Buddhism, reality manifes…
Four Passing Sights
enlightenment
Buddhism
suffering
Siddhartha's encounters with an old ma…
Four Passing Sights
After Siddhartha spent an entire night…
enlightenment
48 terms
World Religion #4
Ashkenazim
Diaspora
Kabbalah
Mishnah
An ethnic group of jews that migrated first to italy
Jewish communities that live outside of the historical land o…
One of the dominant forms of Jewish mystical tradition
Collection of teachings of the great rabbis concerning ritual…
Ashkenazim
An ethnic group of jews that migrated first to italy
Diaspora
Jewish communities that live outside of the historical land o…
1,688 terms
World Religions 4
Religion
India
Polytheism
Monotheism
Belief system that explains where we come from, a value syste…
Where did both Hinduism and Buddhism originate?
Belief in many gods.
Belief in one god.
Religion
Belief system that explains where we come from, a value syste…
India
Where did both Hinduism and Buddhism originate?
world religion 4
According to the Book of Genesis, God…
The first set of books of the Hebrew S…
Ezra was an influential Jew who return…
The Torah is a repository for the oral…
abraham
true
true
false
According to the Book of Genesis, God…
abraham
The first set of books of the Hebrew S…
true
World Religions: Chapter 4
What is the birth of the Muslim calend…
True or False?... The Quran completes and…
Which section of Islam is orthodox wit…
What is polygamy?
Hijra
True
Sunni
A man can take more than one wife
What is the birth of the Muslim calend…
Hijra
True or False?... The Quran completes and…
True
7 terms
World Religions H4
Shiva
Kali
Trimurti
Caste System
a Hindu god, the destroyer
goddess - "the mother," really powerful.
three gods - the Hindu trinity.
...
Shiva
a Hindu god, the destroyer
Kali
goddess - "the mother," really powerful.
7 terms
World Religions J4
Tzedakah
Tallit
Tikkun Olam
Shema
...
prayer shawl - a rectangular piece of cloth, usually striped…
...
...
Tzedakah
...
Tallit
prayer shawl - a rectangular piece of cloth, usually striped…
43 terms
Religion Ch4 and World Religions
Hinduism
Dharma
caste system
law of karma
oldest religion ... 900/800 million followers 14% of humanity ... o…
responsible for yourself and others; liberating truth discove…
social hierarchy; governs marriage and all other major social…
good must come from good and evil must come from evil
Hinduism
oldest religion ... 900/800 million followers 14% of humanity ... o…
Dharma
responsible for yourself and others; liberating truth discove…
Chapter 4 world religions
Arati
Atman
Avatar
Bhakti marga
Worship with light, involving the waving of a lamp in front o…
The eternal self or soul that is successively reincarnated un…
A "descent" of God (usually Vishnu) to earth in a physical fo…
The path or devotion.
Arati
Worship with light, involving the waving of a lamp in front o…
Atman
The eternal self or soul that is successively reincarnated un…
27 terms
World Religion Unit 4
Samara
Nirvana
4 Noble Truths:
Samma-Ditthi
The world and cycle of rebirth and suffering
The ultimate goal of Buddhism- extinguishing desires
1: Suffering exists... 2:Suffering is caused by ego... 3:Suffering…
Complete Vision
Samara
The world and cycle of rebirth and suffering
Nirvana
The ultimate goal of Buddhism- extinguishing desires
62 terms
World Religions Module 4
Ahimsa
Ajiva
Anuvrat Movement
Digambaras
Nonviolence, or noninjury to any living thing, taken as the f…
Nonliving matter; distinct and separate from jiva, or soul.
Founded in 1949 by the Terapanthi guru Tuls , this movement w…
One of the two main branches of monks in Jainism.
Ahimsa
Nonviolence, or noninjury to any living thing, taken as the f…
Ajiva
Nonliving matter; distinct and separate from jiva, or soul.
63 terms
World Religions Chapter 4
Aditi
Agni
Agnihotra
Ahimsa
Mother goddess, source of all things.
The Sacred manifested in the form of fire.
Morning ritual bath, stoking sacred fire (Agni), and addressi…
Nonviolence.
Aditi
Mother goddess, source of all things.
Agni
The Sacred manifested in the form of fire.
Ch 4 World Religion
Allah
Ka'bah
Hijrah
Caliphs
The Arabic word for God
The first Islamic shrine that Muslims believe was built by Ab…
A term meaning "migration,"it... recalls the escape of Muhammad…
Islamic leaders regarded as successors of Muhammad for Sunni…
Allah
The Arabic word for God
Ka'bah
The first Islamic shrine that Muslims believe was built by Ab…
30 terms
Unit 4 World Religion
Monotheism
Polytheism
Zoroastrianism
Judaism
Belief In One God
Belief In Many God's
One of the world's oldest monotheistic religions. It was foun…
One Of The World's Oldest Monotheistic Religious. Jews believ…
Monotheism
Belief In One God
Polytheism
Belief In Many God's
8 terms
Ch.4 World Religion
nuptial blessings
fiancee
impediments
Natural Family Planning
"wedding", blessing that is intended for the bride and the ma…
"to trust", a woman to whom a man is engaged to be married
external circumstances or facts that prevent a sacramental or…
(NFP) Church approved method for planning and spacing the bir…
nuptial blessings
"wedding", blessing that is intended for the bride and the ma…
fiancee
"to trust", a woman to whom a man is engaged to be married
27 terms
Unit 4: World Religions
Torah
Karma
Siddhartha Gautama
Jesus of Nazareth
first 5 books of the Hebrew Bible, most sacred text of Judaism
totality of a person's good and bad deeds and the way in whic…
founder of Buddhism, gave up princely life to search for peac…
Jewish teacher and prophet; founded Christianity and taught a…
Torah
first 5 books of the Hebrew Bible, most sacred text of Judaism
Karma
totality of a person's good and bad deeds and the way in whic…
67 terms
World Religion Test #4
Ashkenazim
bar (bat) mitzvah
biblical judaism
Canaan
jews who lived in or came from central europe
"son of the commandment" the coming of age ceremony that mark…
judaism before the destruction of the second temple (70ce)
an ancient name for the land of Isreal
Ashkenazim
jews who lived in or came from central europe
bar (bat) mitzvah
"son of the commandment" the coming of age ceremony that mark…
15 terms
World Religions Chapter 4
atman
avatara
Brahman
bhakti
self, soul; the divine essence of living beings
a physical incarnation of the divine
the divine essence of the universe; ultimate reality
devotion
atman
self, soul; the divine essence of living beings
avatara
a physical incarnation of the divine
21 terms
World religion quiz 4
Rash hashanah, Yom Kippur, tub- Shabbat
Jewish new year
Jewish day of atonement. 8 day ceremon…
Jewish Arbor Day. Celebrated by planti…
3 Jewish holidays
Rash hashanah
Yom Kippur
Tub-Shabbat
Rash hashanah, Yom Kippur, tub- Shabbat
3 Jewish holidays
Jewish new year
Rash hashanah
World Religions - Chapter 4
Anatta
Anicca
Arhat
Bodhisattvas
One of the Three Marks of Existence; the Buddhist doctrine de…
One of the Three Marks of Existence; the Buddhist doctrine th…
One who has become enlightened; the ideal type for Theravada…
Future Buddhas; as the ideal types for Mahayana Buddhism, bei…
Anatta
One of the Three Marks of Existence; the Buddhist doctrine de…
Anicca
One of the Three Marks of Existence; the Buddhist doctrine th…
40 terms
Religions of the world ch 4
Allah
Ka'bah
Hijrah
Caliphs
Arabic word for god
huge stone in the middle of Mecca that has turned black becau…
Migration, recalls the escape of Muhammad from his enemies in…
Islamic leader regarded as successors of Muhammad for Sunni m…
Allah
Arabic word for god
Ka'bah
huge stone in the middle of Mecca that has turned black becau…
49 terms
world religions chapter 4
anatta
anicca
Dukkha
arhat
-one of Three Marks of Existence... -"no self"... -there is no ulti…
-one of the Three Marks of Existence... -"impermanence"... -closely…
-one of the Three Marks of Existence... -"suffering"... -first of t…
-one who has become enlightened... -ideal type for Theravada Bud…
anatta
-one of Three Marks of Existence... -"no self"... -there is no ulti…
anicca
-one of the Three Marks of Existence... -"impermanence"... -closely…
World Religions Set 4
Hinduism
Aryans
Caste System
Brahman
A family of religious traditions practiced by about 900 milli…
Nomadic warriors who dominated northern India between 3,000 a…
A division of social class in India based on ancient Hindu te…
One central belief in Hinduism is a belief in Brahman, the un…
Hinduism
A family of religious traditions practiced by about 900 milli…
Aryans
Nomadic warriors who dominated northern India between 3,000 a…
Quiz #4 World Religions
Anatman
Bodhicitta
Bodhisattva
Buddha
"no self"; the lack of an independent self or eternal soul
"enlightened attitude"; the altruistic intention to become a…
a being of great compassion who is working to become a Buddha…
a perfectly awakened being, e.g., Buddha Shakyamuni
Anatman
"no self"; the lack of an independent self or eternal soul
Bodhicitta
"enlightened attitude"; the altruistic intention to become a…
6 terms
World Religions quiz 4
dharma
Karma
caste system
reincarnation
Moral and religious duties expected of an individual
Good and bad deeds of a person's life
Social groups into which people are born into for life
Rebirth of the soul into a new body
dharma
Moral and religious duties expected of an individual
Karma
Good and bad deeds of a person's life
world religions 4
Dao
Daoism
Yin
Yang
the way, the correct flow of things in proper harmony in Chin…
both a philosophy and religion that exploits this notion. The…
passive, well,earth,water, cold, bland vegetables, moist, mys…
Yang: active, hearth, sky, fire, hot, spicy meat, dry, clear,…
Dao
the way, the correct flow of things in proper harmony in Chin…
Daoism
both a philosophy and religion that exploits this notion. The…
12 terms
Love In World Religions #4
Mono-
Poly-
Pan-
Dharma (Buddhism)
One
Many
All
"Cosmic law and order", but is also applied to the teachings…
Mono-
One
Poly-
Many
12 terms
World Religions CH 4
Torah
First Covenant
Hebrews
Kingdom of Israel
Most Sacred text of Judaism, includes doctrines (systems of b…
To Abraham, covenant made with God that him and his disciples…
Abrahams descendants, ancestors of Jewish people. Settled in…
Established by Hebrews and led by kings (who unite tribes). C…
Torah
Most Sacred text of Judaism, includes doctrines (systems of b…
First Covenant
To Abraham, covenant made with God that him and his disciples…
World Religion Chapter 4 Test
Where did the early expansion of Islam…
Why is Mecca important to Muslims?
What type of calendar do Muslims use?
About what percentage of the Muslim po…
throughout the middle east
It is the holiest of cities
Lunar calendars
About ninety percent
Where did the early expansion of Islam…
throughout the middle east
Why is Mecca important to Muslims?
It is the holiest of cities
43 terms
World Religions Unit 4
YHWH
Patriarchs
Abraham
Isaac
"Yahweh"; God of Liberation; the lord of the Jewish tradition
2000-1500 BC; the story of the origins of Jewish tradition; i…
called by God to be the father of a great nation; lead by God…
son of Sarah and Abraham;
YHWH
"Yahweh"; God of Liberation; the lord of the Jewish tradition
Patriarchs
2000-1500 BC; the story of the origins of Jewish tradition; i…
WHAP 4: World Cultures and Religion
Legalism
Confucianism
Ban Zhao
Daoism
Laws enforced with awards and punishments... Fail afetr Qin Dyna…
Found by Confucius... Scholars put teachings in Analects... Moral a…
Confucian woman writer Lessons for Women; edu girls to serve…
Laozi write Daodejjing (The Way and Its Power)... Contrast Confu…
Legalism
Laws enforced with awards and punishments... Fail afetr Qin Dyna…
Confucianism
Found by Confucius... Scholars put teachings in Analects... Moral a…
5 terms
World Religions Set #4
main beliefs of Christianity
main beliefs of Judaism
main beliefs of Islam
main beliefs of Hinduism
monotheism, god is creator of universe, father, son, holy spi…
god is one, creator, lawgiver, judge, waiting for Messiah to…
life is a period of testing, behave and help others, trust in…
caste system, Dharma, reincarnation, oldest religion
main beliefs of Christianity
monotheism, god is creator of universe, father, son, holy spi…
main beliefs of Judaism
god is one, creator, lawgiver, judge, waiting for Messiah to…
World Religions 4
Upanishads
Yoga
Tantra
Buddha
each of a series of Hindu sacred treatises written in Sanskrit
a Hindu spiritual and ascetic discipline, makes use of spirit…
a Hindu or Buddhist mystical or ritual text
The religious leader of Buddhism; and teachers of Buddhism; s…
Upanishads
each of a series of Hindu sacred treatises written in Sanskrit
Yoga
a Hindu spiritual and ascetic discipline, makes use of spirit…
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