REL 133 Week 3 Knowledge Check

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REL 133 Week 3 Knowledge Check

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Week 3 Knowledge Check

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THE
BEGINNINGS OF BUDDHISM


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THERAVADA
BUDDHISM


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BASIC
TEACHINGS OF BUDDHISM


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Concept: THE BEGINNINGS OF
BUDDHISM




Mastery


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Questions


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· 2
· 3




Materials on the concept


  • The Beginnings of Buddhism: The Life of the Buddha





1.

Siddhartha Gautama is the name of

· A.

the person who became known as the Buddha.

· B.

one of the earliest disciples of the Buddha.

· C.

a missionary who spread Buddhist teachings.

· D.

an Indian translator of essential Buddhist texts, who worked in
China.





2.

The Buddha lived about this time.

· A.

tenth century B.C.E.

· B.

fifth century B.C.E.

· C.

second century B.C.E.

· D.

first century C.E.





3.

The Buddha was particularly troubled by the problem of

· A.

whether there is an afterlife.

· B.

the existence of the divine.

· C.

suffering and death.

· D.

the exploitation of the poor.



Concept: THERAVADA BUDDHISM




Mastery


100%


Questions


· 4




Materials on the concept


  • Theravada Teachings and Literature





4.

Vinaya refers to

· A.

the robe worn by monks.

· B.

a collection of rules for monks and nuns.

· C.

the afternoon chanting of sutras.

· D.

an amulet blessed by a monk and worn for good luck.



Concept: BASIC TEACHINGS OF
BUDDHISM




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Materials on the concept


  • The Four Noble Truths and the Noble Eightfold Path

  • The Soul and Karma





5.

The basic outlook on life, formulated by Buddhism, is contained in

· A.

the four major yogas.

· B.

the Four Noble Truths.

· C.

the four castes.

· D.

the Four Passing Sights.





6.

Regarding the common belief in a permanent soul, the Buddha seems
to have taught that

· A.

there is none.

· B.

each person has one, but it dies with the body.

· C.

the soul is more important than the body.

· D.

souls are constantly being reborn.





7.

Nirvana seems to come from a word that means

· A.

expand.

· B.

blow out.

· C.

fulfillment.

· D.

reach out.





8.

A major goal of Buddhism is

· A.

union with God.

· B.

physical health.

· C.

reaching heaven.

· D.

inner peace.





9.

The dissatisfaction and sorrow that life brings is called

· A.

karma.

· B.

bodhisattva.

· C.

dharma.

· D.

dukkha.





10.

Buddhism focuses especially on

· A.

maintaining inner peace.

· B.

achieving material success.

· C.

attaining all one’s goals.

· D.

using one’s talents well.

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