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REL 133 Week 2 Knowledge Check
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Concepts Mastery Questions
DEVOTIONAL HINDUISM 100% 1
2
3
THE UPANISHADS 100% 4
THE ORIGINS OF HINDUISM 100% 5
6
JAINISM 100% 7
8
SIKHISM 100% 9
10
Concept: DEVOTIONAL HINDUISM
Mastery 100% Questions 1
2
3
Materials on the concept
The Guru as Object of Devotion
Devotional Hinduism

1.
Bhakti means
A.
freedom from suffering.
B.
studying the sacred texts.
C.
devotion to a god.
D.
working for the good of others.


2.
The religious practice of ordinary Hindus is primarily
A.
devotion to deities.
B.
the practice of meditation.
C.
breathing exercises.
D.
the study of ancient religious texts.


3.
A guru is a
A.
religious teacher.
B.
tree spirit.
C.
drink used in Vedic ritual.
D.
trance state.

Concept: THE UPANISHADS
Mastery 100% Questions 4
Materials on the concept
Important Concepts of the Upanishads

4.
The word that means “liberation” is
A.
moksha.
B.
karma.
C.
ahimsa.
D.
maya.

Concept: THE ORIGINS OF HINDUISM
Mastery 100% Questions 5
6
Materials on the concept
The Vedas

5.
The word Vedas is related to the English word
A.
visit.
B.
vision.
C.
vex.
D.
vertical.


6.
The oldest and most important of the Vedas is
A.
Sama Veda.
B.
Yajur Veda.
C.
Atharva Veda.
D.
Rig Veda.

Concept: JAINISM
Mastery 100% Questions 7
8
Materials on the concept
Worldview
Shared Origins

7.
Jainism places great emphasis on
A.
ahimsa.
B.
sacrificial rituals.
C.
self-defense.
D.
ritual dance.


8.
The Jain worldview holds that a Creator
A.
made the world.
B.
created only good things.
C.
does not exist.
D.
created evil as well as good.

Concept: SIKHISM
Mastery 100% Questions 9
10
Materials on the concept
The Development of Sikhism
Background

9.
A Sikh temple is called a
A.
guru.
B.
gurdwara.
C.
kesa.
D.
kara.


10.
The founder of Sikhism was
A.
Mardana.
B.
Gobind Singh.
C.
Arjan.
D.
Nanak.
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