REL 133 Week 3 Knowledge Check

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REL 133 Week 3 Knowledge Check
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Concepts Mastery Questions
THE BEGINNINGS OF BUDDHISM 100% 1
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THERAVADA BUDDHISM 100% 4
BASIC TEACHINGS OF BUDDHISM 100% 5
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Concept: THE BEGINNINGS OF BUDDHISM
Mastery 100% Questions 1
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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
Mastery 100% Questions 5
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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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