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Unit 3 World Religions
Religion
Functions of Religion
Christianity
Jesus of Nazareth
A set of practices and beliefs agreed on by a number of perso…
Gives hope ​... Instructs how to live ​... Explains afterlife​... Crea…
World's most populated organized religion
Founder of Christianity
Religion
A set of practices and beliefs agreed on by a number of perso…
Functions of Religion
Gives hope ​... Instructs how to live ​... Explains afterlife​... Crea…
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World Religions 3
Islam
Muslim
Allah
Muhammad
A monotheistic religion practiced by more than one billion Mu…
A flower of Islam.
A word that means "the God" in Arabic.
The founder of Islam was a man named Muhammad.... Muslims believ…
Islam
A monotheistic religion practiced by more than one billion Mu…
Muslim
A flower of Islam.
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JCHS World History Review 3-World Religions
Christianity
Judaism
Abraham
Jesus
A monotheistic system of beliefs and practices based on the O…
..., the monotheistic religion of the Jews having its spiritu…
the father of Judaism
A teacher and prophet whose life and teachings form the basis…
Christianity
A monotheistic system of beliefs and practices based on the O…
Judaism
..., the monotheistic religion of the Jews having its spiritu…
3 World Religions Vocabulary
Abraham
apostle
atman
brahman
considered the father of the Israelite people, family migrate…
leader or teacher of a new faith or movement
in Hindu belief, a person's essential self (soul)
the belief system established in Aryan India, the single spir…
Abraham
considered the father of the Israelite people, family migrate…
apostle
leader or teacher of a new faith or movement
World Religions Exam 3
Hinduism
Sanskrit
Varnashrama Dharma
Purusha
-focused more on practice than belief ... -not a homogeneous rel…
=A sacred ceremonial language... -Reserved only for rituals
=Encompasses the notions of both castes and stages of life, g…
=Cosmic man
Hinduism
-focused more on practice than belief ... -not a homogeneous rel…
Sanskrit
=A sacred ceremonial language... -Reserved only for rituals
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The 3 Main World Religions
Judaism
Christianity
Islam
monotheism
religion of Jewish people
religion based on the teachings of Jesus, as recorded in the…
religion of Muslims based on the teachings of the prophet Muh…
belief in one god
Judaism
religion of Jewish people
Christianity
religion based on the teachings of Jesus, as recorded in the…
World Religions Quiz 3
Know what country and what year Muhamm…
Know the circumstances of Muhammad vis…
Know what the Hijra was and why it was…
Know the main points of Muhammad's doc…
Born 570 AD in Mecca... Career--camel driver/caravan merchant
In 610 A.D., Muhammad was meditating in a cave located on wha…
Hijra--The first flight from Mecca and is used as the beginni…
1) There is only one God who doesn't have any partners or a s…
Know what country and what year Muhamm…
Born 570 AD in Mecca... Career--camel driver/caravan merchant
Know the circumstances of Muhammad vis…
In 610 A.D., Muhammad was meditating in a cave located on wha…
World Religions Set 3
Islam
Muslim
Allah
Muhammad
A monotheistic religion practiced by more than one billion Mu…
A follower of Islam.
A word that means "The God" in Arabic.
The founder of Islam was a man named Muhammad. Muslims believ…
Islam
A monotheistic religion practiced by more than one billion Mu…
Muslim
A follower of Islam.
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World Religions Chapter 3
Ahisma
Ashram
Atman
avatar
"nonharm" or "nonviolence"
A spiritual community
the spiritual essence of all individual human beings
an earthly embodiment of a deity
Ahisma
"nonharm" or "nonviolence"
Ashram
A spiritual community
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World Religions Chapter 3
Abosom
Ani
Barotse (or Lozi)
Divination
The intermediary deities of the Ashanti traditional religions.
The queen of the underworld and mother of other deities in th…
A people inhabiting Barotseland, a region of western Zambia.
The process of gaining insight into questions, mysteries, or…
Abosom
The intermediary deities of the Ashanti traditional religions.
Ani
The queen of the underworld and mother of other deities in th…
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Set 3 - World Religions
Monotheism
polytheism
Christianity
Judaism
The belief in one god
The belief in many gods
A monotheistic system of beliefs and practices based on the O…
Religion with its roots in the teachings of Abraham (from Ur)…
Monotheism
The belief in one god
polytheism
The belief in many gods
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U3 World Religions
Siddhartha Gautama
nirvana
anicca
dukkha
the Buddha
state of detachment in which one experience bliss from being…
the absence of permanence
suffering, pain, deprivation resulting from tanha
Siddhartha Gautama
the Buddha
nirvana
state of detachment in which one experience bliss from being…
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Chapter 3: World Religions
montheism
covenant
Torah
Jewish Diaspora
belief in one God
a sacred agreement
Judaism's most sacred text, consisting of the first five book…
the spread of the Jewish people outside their homeland, begin…
montheism
belief in one God
covenant
a sacred agreement
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World Religions Ch. 3
Rig Veda
moksha
monism
Brahman
A collection of 1,017 Sanskrit hymns composed about 1500 BC o…
liberation or release of the individual self, atman, from the…
the doctrine that reality is ultimately made up of only one e…
one ultimate reality/absolute reality... the eternal essence of…
Rig Veda
A collection of 1,017 Sanskrit hymns composed about 1500 BC o…
moksha
liberation or release of the individual self, atman, from the…
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World Religions Ch. 3
Amma
Bori
Candomblé
Divination
The High God of the Dogon people
A term for West African spirits
New World religion with roots in west africa -particularly Yo…
The attempt to learn about future events through supernatural…
Amma
The High God of the Dogon people
Bori
A term for West African spirits
World Religions Exam 3
Who is a Jew?
Explain the term Hebrew
Explain the term Israel
Explain the term Judae
- by birth... - or becomes one through religious conversion... - on…
probably comes from the word "apiru" from Phoenician language…
name given to Jacob; means "one who strives with God". It is…
one who comes from Judea; an identity in terms of land and re…
Who is a Jew?
- by birth... - or becomes one through religious conversion... - on…
Explain the term Hebrew
probably comes from the word "apiru" from Phoenician language…
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3 World Monotheistic Religions.
polytheism
monotheism
Torah
bible
The belief in many gods
The belief in one God
Jewish holy book
Christian holy book
polytheism
The belief in many gods
monotheism
The belief in one God
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World Religions Ch: 3
Amma
bori
Candomble
dama
The High God of the Dogon people
A term for West African spirits
New World religion with roots in West Africa - particularly Y…
A Dogon rite of passage marking the transition to adulthood a…
Amma
The High God of the Dogon people
bori
A term for West African spirits
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Unit #3: World Religions
animism
atheism
cultural diffusion
ethnic religion
belief that spirits inhabit natural objects and forces of nat…
the belief that there is no God
the spread of new knowledge and skills from one culture to an…
a religion whose principles are likely to be based on the phy…
animism
belief that spirits inhabit natural objects and forces of nat…
atheism
the belief that there is no God
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World Religions J3
Rabbinic
Movement
Synagogue
Halakhah
...
...
...
...
Rabbinic
...
Movement
...
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World Religions H3
Yajna
Purusha
Karma
Samsara
a ritual sacrifice typically performed using fire
the primeval man who was believed to have created the univers…
"action" OR a system of rewards and punishments attached to v…
a continuing cycle of death and rebirth/reincarnation
Yajna
a ritual sacrifice typically performed using fire
Purusha
the primeval man who was believed to have created the univers…
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World Religions
India
Middle East
no founder
Jesus Christ
Hinduism started here. Buddhism started here.
Christianity, Islam, and Judaism started here.
Hinduism
founder of Christianity
India
Hinduism started here. Buddhism started here.
Middle East
Christianity, Islam, and Judaism started here.
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World Religions Vocabulary 3
Untouchables
Vedas
Shiva
Vishnu
LOWEST LEVEL OF INDIAN SOCIETY; not considered a real part of…
A Hindu holy book which is a collection of Aryan hymns that w…
According to the Hindu faith, the destroyer
According to the Hindu faith, the preserver or creator
Untouchables
LOWEST LEVEL OF INDIAN SOCIETY; not considered a real part of…
Vedas
A Hindu holy book which is a collection of Aryan hymns that w…
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World Religions Test #3
Sanskrit
Varnashrama Dharma
Purusha
dharma
The classical language of India and liturgical language of Bu…
duty according to caste and stage of life- the path to enligh…
cosmic man sacrificed and split into 4 to create caste system
In Buddhism - stands for law and duty. If you perform your dh…
Sanskrit
The classical language of India and liturgical language of Bu…
Varnashrama Dharma
duty according to caste and stage of life- the path to enligh…
world religions exam #3
this philosopher lived brahman life
this philosopher was a simple priest a…
this philosopher worshiped kali
this philosopher believed that all rel…
Ramakrishna
Ramakrishna
Ramakrishna
Ramakrishna
this philosopher lived brahman life
Ramakrishna
this philosopher was a simple priest a…
Ramakrishna
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ACCLWH: Chapter 3 (World Religions)
apostles
caste
covenant
dharma
the twelve followers of Jesus, designated to spread his message
a hereditary social class in Hindu society
a sacred agreement
a belief found in Hinduism and other Indian traditions that a…
apostles
the twelve followers of Jesus, designated to spread his message
caste
a hereditary social class in Hindu society
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World Religions Quiz #3
Hinduism
Sanatana
Dharma
Santana Dharma
Term coined by outsiders... Without beginning... No historical foun…
Endless/Eternal
Law/Teaching/Duty... Doing what is expected of you based on what…
What most Hindus prefer their religion to be called.... Eternal…
Hinduism
Term coined by outsiders... Without beginning... No historical foun…
Sanatana
Endless/Eternal
World Religions
Buddha
Buddhism
Caste System
Christianity
"Enlightened One"
A religion based on the teachings of the Buddha.
A social structure in which classes are determined by heredity
A monotheistic system of beliefs and practices based on the O…
Buddha
"Enlightened One"
Buddhism
A religion based on the teachings of the Buddha.
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World Geography 3 Religions
Hinduism
Beliefs of Hinduism
Vedas
Mahabharata
Major religion in India, roots of Hinduism date to prehistori…
Has no single Holy Book that is source of Doctrines... Sacred wr…
The oldest containing 4 books that cover prayers, hymns ritua…
Describes a conflict between Pandavas and Kauravas, two famil…
Hinduism
Major religion in India, roots of Hinduism date to prehistori…
Beliefs of Hinduism
Has no single Holy Book that is source of Doctrines... Sacred wr…
52 terms
World Religions
Brahma
Buddha
Buddhism
Caste System
A single spiritual power that Hindus believe lives in everyth…
"Enlightened One"
A religion based on the teachings of the Buddha.
A social structure in which classes are determined by heredity
Brahma
A single spiritual power that Hindus believe lives in everyth…
Buddha
"Enlightened One"
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#3 World Religions - Christianity
Chi Rho
Golden Rule
gospel
Constantine
secret symbol 1st c. AD; Greek X & P superimposed
treat others as you wish to be treated
lit. "good news"; collected stories of the life of Jesus by f…
Roman emperor legalized Christianity c. 300 AD
Chi Rho
secret symbol 1st c. AD; Greek X & P superimposed
Golden Rule
treat others as you wish to be treated
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#3 World Religions - Islam
Mecca
Allah
Ramadan
Quran
holiest city in Islam; location of Kaaba; home of Muhammad
name for deity in Arabic
holy month of fasting & prayer
collected revelations given to Muhammad over years of visions…
Mecca
holiest city in Islam; location of Kaaba; home of Muhammad
Allah
name for deity in Arabic
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World Religions
Animism
Brahma
Buddha
Buddhism
Belief that objects, such as plants and stones have a spirit…
A single spiritual power that Hindus believe lives in everyth…
"Enlightened One"
A religion based on the teachings of the Buddha.
Animism
Belief that objects, such as plants and stones have a spirit…
Brahma
A single spiritual power that Hindus believe lives in everyth…
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#3 World Religions - Judaism
Star of David
Moses
The Temple
Tanakh
6 pointed star symbol of Judaism
Exodus leader out of Egypt
First temple to Yahweh in Jerusalem by Solomon
Torah plus prophet & poetic writings (adopted by Christians a…
Star of David
6 pointed star symbol of Judaism
Moses
Exodus leader out of Egypt
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Religions of the World Block 3
World's Columbian Exposition (Chicago…
Chicago in 1833
Chicago in 1890
Opening on Fair Grounds
Celebrating 400th anniversary of Columbus's arrival and devel…
Chicago was just a handful of cabins, smelled bad and was ful…
Population was at 1 million, back water to large industrial m…
exhibition opening of Fair Grounds where the center piece was…
World's Columbian Exposition (Chicago…
Celebrating 400th anniversary of Columbus's arrival and devel…
Chicago in 1833
Chicago was just a handful of cabins, smelled bad and was ful…
World Religions Exam #3
According to Zoroaster what are 5 thin…
Presence of Ahura Mazda (Zoroastrainism)
What is the task of the followers of Z…
How does the conflict between Spenta M…
1. God is personal... 2. God id completely unique- he is differe…
-holy, just and supreme... -one who creates the world... -instructs…
-resist the demons and satan (daevas/Druj/Andra Maingu)
-happens when each choose good or evil... -every human must choo…
According to Zoroaster what are 5 thin…
1. God is personal... 2. God id completely unique- he is differe…
Presence of Ahura Mazda (Zoroastrainism)
-holy, just and supreme... -one who creates the world... -instructs…
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World Religions Unit 3
Siddhartha Guatama
nirvana
dukkha
annicca
The Buddha (awakened one)
state of detachment in which one experience bliss from being…
suffering, pain, and deprivation resulting from Tanha
the absence of permanence
Siddhartha Guatama
The Buddha (awakened one)
nirvana
state of detachment in which one experience bliss from being…
12 terms
World Religions
karma
renunciation
nirvana
caliph
what you do will come back to you
to give up what you have
at attain perfect peace
overall leader of the Islamic faith
karma
what you do will come back to you
renunciation
to give up what you have
24 terms
World Religions
India
Middle East
no founder
Jesus Christ
Hinduism started here. Buddhism started here.
Christianity, Islam, and Judaism started here.
Hinduism
founder of Christianity
India
Hinduism started here. Buddhism started here.
Middle East
Christianity, Islam, and Judaism started here.
13 terms
World Religions 3
Five Pillars
Worship in a church
Believe in many gods
Follow the Eightfold Path
Islam
Christianity
Hinduism
Buddhism
Five Pillars
Islam
Worship in a church
Christianity
69 terms
World Religions
Christianity
Judaism
Hindusim
Buddhism
A monotheistic system of beliefs and practices based on the O…
A monotheistic religion with a belief in one god. It originat…
a religion predominant in India, characterized by a belief in…
A religion that originated in India and spread through much o…
Christianity
A monotheistic system of beliefs and practices based on the O…
Judaism
A monotheistic religion with a belief in one god. It originat…
Quiz #3 World Religions
Atman
Avatara
Bhakti
Brahman
self, soul; the divine essence of living beings
a physical incarnation of the divine
devotion
the divine essence of the universe; ultimate reality
Atman
self, soul; the divine essence of living beings
Avatara
a physical incarnation of the divine
26 terms
World Religions
Buddhism
Christianity
Judaism
Zoroastrianism
Belief system that started in India in the 500s BC. Happiness…
A monotheistic system of beliefs and practices based on the O…
A religion with a belief in one god. It originated with Abrah…
A religion that developed in early Persia and stressed the fi…
Buddhism
Belief system that started in India in the 500s BC. Happiness…
Christianity
A monotheistic system of beliefs and practices based on the O…
12 terms
World Religions Chapter 3
Essenes
Pharisees
Sadducees
Temple
Identified with an apocalyptic sect not content with life und…
A non priestly group whose concern about religious purity and…
The religious elite who controlled the Jerusalem temple and i…
The first, named Solomon's temple, was destroyed by the Babyl…
Essenes
Identified with an apocalyptic sect not content with life und…
Pharisees
A non priestly group whose concern about religious purity and…
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World Religions Handout 3
holism
humanism
tao (dao)
yin
interconnectednes
emphasis on human effort
path of universe
passive female principle associated with earth, dark and cold
holism
interconnectednes
humanism
emphasis on human effort
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World Religions - Exam 3
Bar/Bat Mitzvah
Covenant
election
ethical monotheism
A rite of passage in Judaism, in which males (Bar) and female…
A biblical concept that describes the relationship between Go…
The belief that the biblical God "chose" the people of Israel…
A core concept of Judaism: it is the belief that the world wa…
Bar/Bat Mitzvah
A rite of passage in Judaism, in which males (Bar) and female…
Covenant
A biblical concept that describes the relationship between Go…
World Religions - Chapter 3
Artha
Ascetic
Atman
Avatar
Material success and social prestige, one of the four goals o…
One who renounces physical pleasures and world attachments fo…
The eternal self, which the Upanishads identify with Brahman;…
An incarnation, or living embodiment, of a deity, usually of…
Artha
Material success and social prestige, one of the four goals o…
Ascetic
One who renounces physical pleasures and world attachments fo…
30 terms
World Religions Unit 3
Ka'Bah
Diaspora
Ramadan
Muslim
"Cube"; the square shrine at the center of the great mosque o…
A Greek word meaning 'dispersal,' used to describe the commun…
(Islam) a fast (held from sunrise to sunset) that is carried…
A follower of Islam
Ka'Bah
"Cube"; the square shrine at the center of the great mosque o…
Diaspora
A Greek word meaning 'dispersal,' used to describe the commun…
World Religions Chapter 3 Vocab
Rig Veda
Moksha
Monism
Brahman
Collection of 1,017 Sanskrit hymns composed about 1500 BC or…
Liberation or release of the individual self from the bondage…
The doctrine the realist is ultimately made up of only one es…
The eternal essence of reality and the source of the universe…
Rig Veda
Collection of 1,017 Sanskrit hymns composed about 1500 BC or…
Moksha
Liberation or release of the individual self from the bondage…
20 terms
World Religions Quiz 3
Like Jainism, Buddhism is a reaction t…
Buddhism teaches that the path to salv…
The most basic Buddhist teachings are…
______ could be translated as "graspin…
Hinduism.
Middle Way.
Suffering.
Tahna.
Like Jainism, Buddhism is a reaction t…
Hinduism.
Buddhism teaches that the path to salv…
Middle Way.
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