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Review Assessment: Chapter Quiz #4User Submitted Name Status Score Briana A Trewitt 2/20/11 9:49 PM Chapter Quiz #4 Completed 53 out of 54 points

Instructions You may take this test twice, use your book and help your studies. The last grade is the grade taken. Question 1 Match each definition to the corresponding term.Question Selected Match

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the five parts of self an enlightened holy person mind puzzles the cause of suffering stories of the Buddhas previous lives Question 2

c. skandha d. arhat e. koan a. tanha b. Jatakas 1 out of 1 points

The Buddhist doctrine which asserts there are no permanent souls is Selected Answer: Question 3 Match each definition to the corresponding term.Question Selected Match

d. anatta. 4 out of 4 points

a temple in the grove where Buddha was enlightened the evil one who tempted the Buddha the Brahmin monk who heard the Buddhas fire sermon mother of Buddha Question 4 The Buddha died at age 60, at home with his wife. Selected Answer: Question 5 What defines taha? False

b. Bodhgaya d. Mara a. Mahakashyapa c. Maya 1 out of 1 points

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Selected Answer: Question 6

d. craving 1 out of 1 points

In Buddhist teachings, karma is psychological instead of physical. Selected Answer: Question 7 True

1 out of 1 points During his enlightenment, it is said that the Buddha stayed under the pipal tree for ____ weeks. Selected Answer: a. seven 1 out of 1 points The Buddhist monastic order that eventually included laypeople is known as the Selected Answer: c. Sangha. 1 out of 1 points In Buddhism, when a person is set free from egocentrism they enter Selected Answer: a. Nirvana. 4 out of 4 points Match each definition to the corresponding term.Question Selected Match

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freedom from egocentrism and suffering the first organization of Buddhism suffering three bodies of Buddha Question 11 The Eightfold Path is symbolized by Selected Answer: Question 12

d. Nirvana c. Sangha b. dukkha a. Trikaya 1 out of 1 points

d. an eight-spoked dharma wheel.

1 out of 1 points According to Buddhists beliefs, the problem for humans is _____ and the solution is _____. Selected Answer: a. suffering, knowledge

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1 out of 1 points Buddhists believe that it is not the processes of life that cause suffering, but our attachment to those processes. Selected Answer: True 1 out of 1 points The Buddha left home and became enlightened in only one year. Selected Answer: False

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Question 15 The Buddha emphasized the need for daily prayer and ritual sacrifice. Selected Answer: Question 16 The Eightfold Path in Buddhism is Selected Answer: Question 17 Because he was born a Brahmin, Siddhartha became a priest. Selected Answer: Question 18 Mahayana Buddhists believe that everyone is a potential Buddha. Selected Answer: Question 19 The Zen form of Buddhism is considered Selected Answer: Question 20 b. very controlling. True False c. followed by using all precepts at the same time. False

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1 out of 1 points Upon returning home after his enlightenment, the Buddha found that his family members were uncomfortable with his spiritual leadership. Selected Answer: False

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1 out of 1 points According to Buddhist teachings, the Middle Path is marked by observing all the precepts of the Eightfold Path one at a time. Selected Answer: False

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1 out of 1 points In Buddhism, bodily relics are not considered to be of any value toward attaining salvation. Selected Answer: False

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1 out of 1 points A guardian angel in some cultures would be known as a __________ in Buddhism. Selected Answer: c. bodhisattva

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1 out of 1 points Which step of the Eightfold Path is described as The disciple must be prepared to renounce attachments to the world and give benevolence and kindness? Selected Answer: d. right aim

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1 out of 1 points Lay practitioners (householders) are only required to follow five of the ten Buddhist precepts.

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Selected Answer: Question 26

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According to Zen teachings, what is the only thing of value? Selected Answer: Question 27 b. comprehending our real nature

1 out of 1 points Theravadin Buddhists believe in a heavenly pantheon of Buddhas and Bodhisattvas. Selected Answer: False 1 out of 1 points In Tibet, the Kalachakra doctrine represents Selected Answer: a. time and space. 1 out of 1 points The monument at Bodhgaya commemorates the birthplace of Siddhartha Gautama. Selected Answer: False 1 out of 1 points Tanha means desire, craving, or grasping. Selected Answer: True 0 out of 1 points Dukkha is demonstrated by which of the following? Selected Answer: a. giving all possessions to god 1 out of 1 points Which of the following would be a concern of the Buddhas teachings? Selected Answer: b. ways to relieve human suffering 1 out of 1 points In Buddhism, no Self exists over and beyond the five skandhas. Selected Answer: True 1 out of 1 points Mahayana Buddhism is the primary religion of India today. Selected Answer: False 1 out of 1 points The Discipline Basket of the Tripitaka contained Selected Answer: a. rules for monks.

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1 out of 1 points Which Japanese sect of Buddhism claims to harmonize the truths of all Buddhist sects?

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c. Tendai 1 out of 1 points

The more inclusive major division of Buddhism is the Selected Answer: Question 38 d. Mahayanist.

1 out of 1 points When Buddhism first came into being, women were seen as equal to men in the roles they played. Selected Answer: False 1 out of 1 points In Japan, the Zen enlightenment experience is called satori. Selected Answer: True 1 out of 1 points Mahayanists believe in universal Buddhist enlightenment. Selected Answer: True 1 out of 1 points The Buddha was Selected Answer: a. a prince of the Kshatriya caste. 1 out of 1 points Bodhisattvas are featured in Theravadin Buddhism. Selected Answer: False 1 out of 1 points Who were the first disciples of the Buddha? Selected Answer: b. the five ascetics

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1 out of 1 points Theravadin Buddhists believe that imitating the ascetic life of the Buddha is the best way to enlightenment. Selected Answer: True

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Review Assessment: Chapter 5 QuizUser Submitted Name Status Score Briana A Trewitt 2/27/11 3:43 PM Chapter 5 Quiz Completed 61 out of 62 points

Instructions You may take this test twice, use your book and help your studies. The last grade is the grade taken. Question 1 Jains believe that all life, human or animal, is the same. Selected Answer: Question 2 Sikhism was a compromise worked out by Hindus and Muslims. Selected Answer: Question 3 The Agamas canon is divided into Purva, Anga, and Angabahya. Selected Answer: Question 4 By sharing food among worshipers, Sikhs avoid caste distinctions. Selected Answer: Question 5 The Jain Agamas are translations of Selected Answer: Question 6 Mahavira's enlightenment at about age 42 led to his experience of Selected Answer: Question 7 a. Nirvana. d. the heavenly sounds of Mahavira. 1 out of 1 points True 1 out of 1 points True 1 out of 1 points False 1 out of 1 points True 1 out of 1 points 1 out of 1 points

1 out of 1 points The Jain Acaranga teaches that one who does not teach others to avoid harming animals continues to sin. Selected Answer: True 1 out of 1 points Jains place no importance on dreams in prophecy.

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Selected Answer: Question 9

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In Jain teachings, the problem for humans is Selected Answer: Question 10 The main temple, the sacred center of the Sikhs, is located in Selected Answer: Question 11 c. Amritsar. d. the law of karma. 1 out of 1 points

1 out of 1 points Digambaras claim that Mahavira became a householder before beginning his spiritual quest. Selected Answer: False 1 out of 1 points The Sikhs believe the problem for humans to be Selected Answer: c. alienation from God. 1 out of 1 points Which Hindu provision is rejected in Sikhism? Selected Answer: a. caste 1 out of 1 points Sikhs believe the world and humans to be essentially opposed to God. Selected Answer: False

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1 out of 1 points Shvetambaras believe that the presence of clothing on a monk indicates residual shame. Selected Answer: False 1 out of 1 points Digambara monks symbolize their renunciation by Selected Answer: d. being sky clad. 1 out of 1 points At gurdwaras, eating is a symbolic act. Selected Answer: True 5 out of 5 points Match each definition to the corresponding term.Question Selected Match

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Jain Scriptures ancient Jain texts not now in existence

e. Agamas c. Purvas

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Jain categories of existence lacking soul twelve books reputed from Mahavira Jain immortal essence or soul Question 19 Nanak initially attracted converts with his Selected Answer: Question 20

a. ajiva d. Angas b. jiva 1 out of 1 points

d. songs of love for God.

1 out of 1 points The Jain laity do not generally apply the doctrine of nonviolence to capital punishment. Selected Answer: True 1 out of 1 points Nanak believed in the Hindu concepts of karma and samsara. Selected Answer: True 1 out of 1 points In the twenty-first century, Sikhism is no longer a vital religion of India. Selected Answer: False

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1 out of 1 points Shvetambaras believe that Mahavira was conceived by a Brahmin woman, but given birth by a Kshatriya woman. Selected Answer: True 1 out of 1 points According to Nanak, what is the cause of human suffering? Selected Answer: c. loving the self more than God 1 out of 1 points Jains believe the world to be comprised of one undivided soul. Selected Answer: False 1 out of 1 points From the earliest days, this Sikh helped Guru Nanak emphasize God's praise. Selected Answer: b. Mardana 5 out of 5 points Match each definition to the corresponding term. Match each of the five Jain principles for living:Question Selected Match

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nonattachment nonviolence

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chastity no stealing truthfulness Question 28

e. brahmacharya d. asteya b. satya

1 out of 1 points Digambaras believe that a woman must be reborn as a man before she can become a Tirthankara. Selected Answer: True 1 out of 1 points The first guru of the Sikhs was Selected Answer: b. Nanak. 1 out of 1 points According to the Sikhs, God exists in Selected Answer: b. the human heart. 1 out of 1 points Mahavira's search for enlightenment lasted twenty years. Selected Answer: False 1 out of 1 points After the death of Guru Gobind Singh, the Sikhs were ordered to honor only the Selected Answer: b. Adi Granth.

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1 out of 1 points According to Jain teachings, the best way to avoid bad karma and increase good karma is Selected Answer: d. to revere all souls; human or not. 1 out of 1 points The Jain holy death achieved by fasting is Selected Answer: a. sallekhana.

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1 out of 1 points Khalsa Singhs are required to kill anyone who attempts to persecute members of their faith. Selected Answer: True 1 out of 1 points Modern Sikh scholars believe their faith to be a syncretism of Hinduism and Islam. Selected Answer: False 1 out of 1 points Jains believe that injuring life now will involve one in suffering in the next life. Selected Answer: TruePage 4 of 6

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1 out of 1 points Anyone can become a Sikh by believing in the one God, the teachings of the ten gurus, and the Adi Granth. Selected Answer: True 1 out of 1 points Mahavira renounced the world at age thirty. Selected Answer: True

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0 out of 1 points Of the five stages in a Sikhs progress toward union with God, which of these does not belong? Selected Answer: a. humility 1 out of 1 points In Nanak's direct vision of God he received Selected Answer: a. a cup of nectar. 4 out of 4 points Match each definition to the corresponding term.Question Selected Match

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the Jain universe holy death by fasting Jains separated over worship of idols beyond life and death Question 43

c. loka d. sallekhana b. Sthanakvasis a. ishatpragbhar 1 out of 1 points

In The Story of Samaraditya, by Haribhadra, a man clung to life for Selected Answer: Question 44 To a Jain, ahimsa means Selected Answer: Question 45 "God is one" is a central Sikh teaching. Selected Answer: Question 46 A Jina is a person who has conquered rebirth. Selected Answer: Question 47 After his renunciation of the world, Mahavira attracted only a few devoted followers.http://blackboard.navarrocollege.edu/webapps/assessment/review/revicourse_id=_196544_1&content_id=_637356_1&return_content=1&step=null Page 5 of 6

c. drops of honey. 1 out of 1 points b. nonviolence. 1 out of 1 points True 1 out of 1 points True 1 out of 1 points

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After his renunciation of the world, Mahavira attracted only a few devoted followers. Selected Answer: Question 48 The Jain principle of aparigraph refers to Selected Answer: Question 49 Nanak offended both Hindus and Muslims by Selected Answer: Question 50 b. denying the truth of their scriptures. a. nonattachment. 1 out of 1 points False 1 out of 1 points

1 out of 1 points After Nanak received his revelation from God, his friends thought he had been possessed by a demon. Selected Answer: True 1 out of 1 points To a Sikh, the worst punishment would be Selected Answer: c. separation from God.

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Review Assessment: Chapter 6 QuizUser Submitted Name Status Score Briana A Trewitt 2/27/11 5:10 PM Chapter 6 Quiz Completed 53 out of 54 points

Instructions You may take this test twice, use your book and help your studies. The last grade is the grade taken. Question 1 In Confucianism, the problem for humans is Selected Answer: Question 2 a. disharmony. 1 out of 1 points

1 out of 1 points For the most part, the Chinese people have abandoned their respect for Confucian values. Selected Answer: False 5 out of 5 points Match each definition to the corresponding term.Question Selected Match

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Shinto creator She Who Invites Shinto creator He Who Invites Shinto Moon god Shinto Goddess of the Sun Shinto God of Storms Question 4

e. Izanami a. Izanagi b. Tsukiyomi d. Amaterasu c. Susanoo 1 out of 1 points

In Confucianism, the solution for humans is Selected Answer: Question 5 a. education by example.

0 out of 1 points Which Chinese philosophy taught that the individual exists for the state, not the state for the individual? Selected Answer: c. Daoism 1 out of 1 points The way of the Dao includes a peaceful harmony of opposites. Selected Answer: TruePage 1 of 5

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Question 7

1 out of 1 points What dynasty did Confucius look to as the model for his ideas of how society should be governed? Selected Answer: a. Zhou 1 out of 1 points What is considered to be most helpful in intuiting the Dao? Selected Answer: b. contemplation and meditation 4 out of 4 points Match each definition to the corresponding term.Question Selected Match

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the Confucian problem for humans the Confucian solution for humans the book attributed to Laozi Daoist accomplishment without assertion Question 10

c. disharmony d. harmony b. Dao De Jing a. wuwei

1 out of 1 points According to Confucius, the exemplary person after which others should model their life is the Selected Answer: a. junzi.

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1 out of 1 points In agreement with Confucian humanism, Chinese delegates rejected the 1948 Declaration of Human Rights. Selected Answer: False 1 out of 1 points In Chinese folk religion, the souls of uncared-for humans are referred to as Selected Answer: b. hungry ghosts. 1 out of 1 points The Dao De Jing is believed to have been written by Selected Answer: d. Laozi. 1 out of 1 points What metal did Daoist alchemists use in their elixirs of immortality? Selected Answer: d. gold 1 out of 1 points Daoists believe that education corrupts the natural goodness of humans. Selected Answer: True 1 out of 1 pointsPage 2 of 5

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Mozi preferred the Hsia to the Zhou dynasty. Selected Answer: Question 17 True

1 out of 1 points Shinto practices can be found in Japanese homes as evidenced by the presence of a Selected Answer: d. kami-dana. 1 out of 1 points The Fajia is the Chinese Legalist school of philosophy. Selected Answer: True

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1 out of 1 points Confucians think that Confucius believed humans to be fundamentally cruel and unjust. Selected Answer: False 1 out of 1 points The Japanese people believe their country to be a special creation and gift of Selected Answer: b. Amaterasu. 1 out of 1 points Confucius deplored participation in religious ceremonies. Selected Answer: False

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1 out of 1 points Satisfying the needs of departed humans is a primary concern in Chinese folk religion. Selected Answer: True 1 out of 1 points What is the natural element most closely associated with wuwei? Selected Answer: c. water 1 out of 1 points In Shinto belief, the kami are present everywhere in nature and in people. Selected Answer: True 1 out of 1 points The Dao is a personal force that can be influenced by prayer, hymns, and ritual. Selected Answer: False 1 out of 1 points In Confucianism, the quality of human kindness is ren. Selected Answer: True

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1 out of 1 points Which later disciple of Confucius emphasized the internal goodness of the individual?Page 3 of 5

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Which later disciple of Confucius emphasized the internal goodness of the individual? Selected Answer: Question 28 In prehistoric Japan, women often served as shamans. Selected Answer: Question 29 True c. Mengzi 1 out of 1 points

1 out of 1 points In Shinto myth, what is the nature of the relationship between humans and the kami? Selected Answer: a. close and personal 1 out of 1 points In Chinese teachings, heaven is Yang, and earth is Yin. Selected Answer: True 1 out of 1 points The Kojiki and the Nihongi are part of the islands of Japan. Selected Answer: False 1 out of 1 points The Analects represents the teachings of Selected Answer: d. Confucius. 1 out of 1 points Zhuangzi was a leading Confucian writer. Selected Answer: False 4 out of 4 points Match each definition to the corresponding term.Question Selected Match

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code of devotion to a lord a representative of Fajia leader of Neo Confucian revival advocated brotherly love Question 35

d. bushido c. Han Feizi b. Zhuxi a. Mozi 1 out of 1 points

In Chinese thought, heaven and earth are radically separate. Selected Answer: Question 36 False

1 out of 1 points For the most part, Daoist teachers agreed with the principles of Confucius and his disciples. Selected Answer: False 1 out of 1 pointsPage 4 of 5

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In what Confucian quality does one seek the good of others as well as the self? Selected Answer: Question 38 c. ren

1 out of 1 points Chinese philosophers emphasize teachings about going with the flow of nature in the Selected Answer: a. Dao De Jing.

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1 out of 1 points The ancient Chinese text in which people can find guidance to have the support of heaven and nature is the Selected Answer: a. Yijing.

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1 out of 1 points Religions of China and Japan teach that humans have only one lifetime in which to find ones place in the larger scheme of things. Selected Answer: True

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1 out of 1 points The philosopher who differed from Confucius by emphasizing that humans should practice love was Selected Answer: c. Mozi. 1 out of 1 points In Confucian teachings, the principle of reciprocity is represented by the word Selected Answer: c. shu. 1 out of 1 points According to Zhuxi, li in cosmic proportions is called Tai Chi. Selected Answer: True 1 out of 1 points In Daoism, formal worship and prayer are necessary to attain salvation. Selected Answer: False

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Instructions You may take this test twice, use your book and help your studies. The last grade is the grade taken. Question 1 Which group identified themselves with Zoroastrianism and the birth of Christ? Selected Answer: Question 2 d. Magi 1 out of 1 points

1 out of 1 points According to the Enuma Elish, Marduk created the world by splitting in half the body of the Goddess Selected Answer: a. Tiamat. 1 out of 1 points The ancient Mesopotamian gods only communicated with humans through dreams. Selected Answer: False

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1 out of 1 points The Mesopotamian agricultural goddess who descended into the underworld of Ereshkigal was Selected Answer: a. Inanna.

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1 out of 1 points What Babylonian god conferred immortality on Utnapishtim and his wife out of remorse for causing the great flood? Selected Answer: d. Enlil 1 out of 1 points As Gilgamesh rested, the plant of immortality was eaten by a serpent. Selected Answer: True 1 out of 1 points Zarathustra was a firm monotheist. Selected Answer: True

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According to Babylonian myth, what spread pestilence and suffering among humanity? Selected Answer: Question 9 Zarathustra's first vision or revelation was of Selected Answer: Question 10 The Zoroastrian Festival of the New Day is for Selected Answer: Question 11 b. giving presents and gifts to the poor. d. Vohu Manah. 1 out of 1 points b. pigeons 1 out of 1 points

1 out of 1 points Zarathustra won his most important convert, King Vishtaspa, by healing his favorite dog. Selected Answer: False 1 out of 1 points Zarathustra was born to a poor family under humble circumstances. Selected Answer: False 5 out of 5 points Match each definition to the corresponding term.Question Selected Match

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messengers the evil one Tower of Silence instrument of judgment the Wise Lord Question 14

e. Amesha Spentas d. Angra Mainyu a. dakhma b. Chinvat Bridge c. Ahura Mazda 1 out of 1 points

The scriptures of Zoroastrianism were all written during the life of Zarathustra. Selected Answer: Question 15 Zoroastrians regarded Zarathustra as a god who became a man. Selected Answer: Question 16 Like many religions today, Zoroastriansim Selected Answer: Question 17 c. has rituals for certain rites of passage. True 1 out of 1 points False 1 out of 1 points

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Selected Answer: Question 18

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Zoroastrians believe that the evil force that opposes God is Mithra. Selected Answer: Question 19 Who told Gilgamesh how to find the plant of immortality? Selected Answer: Question 20 Unlike many religions today, Zoroastrians Selected Answer: Question 21 b. seek no converts to their religion. c. Utnapishtim 1 out of 1 points False 1 out of 1 points

1 out of 1 points In the New Year's festival, the king of Babylon swore to Bel-Marduk that he had struck suppliants on the cheek and humiliated them. Selected Answer: False 1 out of 1 points Historical depictions of Mesopotamia refer to Selected Answer: c. the land between the Tigris and Euphrates Rivers.

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1 out of 1 points The hero Gilgamesh despised the wilderness creature Enkidu and sought to kill him. Selected Answer: False 1 out of 1 points The hero of the creation myth in the Babylonian Enuma Elish is Selected Answer: d. Marduk.

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1 out of 1 points Hammurabi offered the people of Babylon a code of justice based upon laws he received from the sun god, Shamash. Selected Answer: True 1 out of 1 points Why did the Mesopotamian religion not retain its hold on human imagination? Selected Answer: a. It did not offer immortality. 1 out of 1 points Zoroastrians are firm believers in the Law of Karma. Selected Answer: False 1 out of 1 pointsPage 3 of 5

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The Babylonian underworld, or the land of Kigal, could only be entered through the grave. Selected Answer: Question 29 False

1 out of 1 points Zarathustras visions continued over the course of ten years, during which time he attracted many followers. Selected Answer: False 1 out of 1 points At what age did Zarathustras religious upheaval begin? Selected Answer: c. 30 1 out of 1 points In Zoroastrianism, the virtue of spiritual truth is known as Selected Answer: c. asha. 1 out of 1 points Ziggurats were used for Selected Answer: b. worship.

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1 out of 1 points The king of Uruk who sought immortality following the death of his friend, Enkidu, was Selected Answer: c. Gilgamesh. 1 out of 1 points The Chinvat Bridge could be compared to which of the following in todays terms? Selected Answer: d. judgment day 1 out of 1 points What did Ahura Mazda promise to the followers of Zarathustra? Selected Answer: b. immortality 1 out of 1 points A ziggurat symbolized a meeting place for gods and humans. Selected Answer: True 1 out of 1 points Zoroastrians are very accepting of converts to their religion. Selected Answer: False 5 out of 5 points Match each definition to the corresponding term.Question Selected Match

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Rites of passage were very important to the ancient peoples of Iraq. Selected Answer: Question 40 What belief did the Mesopotamians, and later the Hebrews, have? Selected Answer: Question 41 Zoroastrians have often endured persecution because of their faith. Selected Answer: Question 42 True a. All humans must answer for their conduct toward fellow humans. 1 out of 1 points False 1 out of 1 points

1 out of 1 points The point of the Gilgamesh epic is that great humans can be named among the gods. Selected Answer: False 1 out of 1 points Inannas descent into the underworld represents what natural phenomenon? Selected Answer: c. changing of the seasons

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