Quiz 25 questions about religions

Question 1  Which of the forthcoming avowments environing bodhisattvas is gentleman?   a They are uncommon in Mahayana Buddhism.  b They are laypeople in Theravada Buddhism.  c They are ample men-folks who restrain from invadeing nirvana in dispose to reserve others.  d They are monks who failed to invade nirvana and are sentenced to achievement for the penniless. Question 2  Which of the forthcoming avowments in-reference-to Buddhism's perspective on denial is gentleman?   a Buddhism does not demand to be potent to get rid of aversion or misfortune, it barely demands that an ample peculiar conquer no longer distinguish it. b Buddhism demands that attaining openness conquer pretence identicals that there is no such unnaturalness as denial.  c Buddhism demands that denial is caused by misfortune spirits.  d Buddhism demands that denial is certain for divine harvest. Question 3  Which of the forthcoming choices is NOT one of the Three Jewels of Buddhism?   a the Buddha  b karma c dharma  d the Sangha Question 4  Which of the forthcoming choices best expresses how Buddha taught environing dharma behind reaching openness.   a Instead of training others how to subordinatestand for themselves, he taught them what he subordinatestanded.  b Instead of training what he subordinatestanded, he taught others how to subordinatestand those unnaturalnesss for themselves.  c He taught them what he subordinatestanded merely if they could survive a personality of remote frugality.  d He did not derivationate training behind reaching openness. Question 5  All disciplines of Buddhism ____________.   a accept merely the Pali Tipitaka as Buddhist passages.  b encourage cortege to overlook the Three Jewels  c encourage cortege to clasp the Five Precepts  d encourage cortege to refuse the Four Noble Truths Many Mahayana sutras answer to ______________.   a enjoy been mad at a after season in their histories  b enjoy been mad at an coming season in their histories  c enjoy been translated from Sanskrit into topical languages at a after season in their histories  d enjoy been translated from topical languages into Sanskrit at an coming season in their histories Question 7  The Irenaean theodicy posits that _______   a misfortune does not exist  b the entity of misfortune depends completely on identical perspective  c the entity of misfortune is certain for decent divine harvest  d misfortune is an illusion Question 8  The Vinaya Pitaka contains __________.   a rules for Buddhist monks and nuns  b rules for Buddhist administrationrs  c rules for Buddhist children  d None of the above Question 9  While twain the Theravada discipline and the Mahayana discipline strain the moment of attaining information, the Mahayana discipline so emphasizes the ______________.   a proof of warlike arts b proof of studying  c proof of compassion  d proof of fasting Question 10  Vajrayana Buddhism is so casually denominated _________.   a Tiantai Buddhism  b Zen Buddhism  c Mahayana Buddhism  d Tantric Buddhism Question 11  Which Buddhist discipline is deliberation to be the largest discipline? a Mahayana Buddhism  b Theravada Buddhism  c Tibetan Buddhism  d None of the above Question 12  What is one end of the Noble Eightfold Path?   a To produce instructions for opinion an acceptpotent sangha.  b To produce instructions for meditating suitably.  c To produce instructions for eliminating dukkha.  d To produce instructions for maximizing dukkha. Question 13  Which of the forthcoming avowments environing the Middle Way is gentleman?   a The Middle Way is a abridgment of the Buddhist figment story.  b The Middle Way does not exact Buddhists to seize fixed collocations on subjective questions.  c The Middle Way exacts practitioners to clasp remote self-indulgence or self-deprivation.  d Both B and C Question 14  Which Buddhist passage contains administrations for Buddhist monks and nuns, as courteous as description for those administrations?  a Abhidhamma Pitaka  b Vinaya Pitaka  c Sutta Pitaka  d Bodhisattvas Pitaka Question 15  It is admired that Buddhism faced a era of injustice subordinate the administration of which dynasty?   a the Ashokan Dynasty  b the Persian Empire  c the Mauryan Dynasty d the Sunga Dynasty Question 16  Vajrayana Buddhism holds ________ contrived to nucleus the mass and liking to be convenient its proof.   a rituals  b charity  c fasting  d compassion Question 17  Which of the forthcoming choices is NOT one of the Four Noble Truths?   a The faithfulness of denial  b The faithfulness of the derivation of denial  c The faithfulness of the pathwayway to the lull of denial  d The faithfulness of openness Question 18  East Asian and Tibetan Buddhists admire there exists a era of proof between lives denominated _______.  a bardo  b dukkha  c samsara  d ahimsa Question 19  The cycle of samsara is _____________.   a blocked by cosmical cravings and aversions  b perpetuated by cosmical cravings and aversions  c perpetuated by nirvana d a cosmical illusion Question 20  The Zen discipline is admired to enjoy been influenced by _________________.   a Chinese Daoism  b Hinduism  c Confucianism  d Both A and C 06:39 Question 21  Which of the forthcoming choices is the decent account for a Buddhist brotherhood of nuns and monks?   a the Magga  b Samsara  c the Dharma  d the Sangha Question 22  _______ is the Buddhist account for denial, strain, disquiet, and claim.   a Karma  b Samsara  c Dukkha  d Nirvana Question 23  Which of the forthcoming avowments in-reference-to Buddhism is gentleman?   a The concept of nonviolence is amply overlookd.  b There is no administrative Buddhist collocation on dietary restrictions.  c Every Buddhist in full discipline is exactd to chant daily.  d There is no inhibition on ingesting intoxicants that can exchange one's liking. Question 24  Which of the forthcoming choices is the emend Buddhist account for a avow of joy donation whole calm and insubservience from personality's aversion?   a nirvana  b samsara  c karma  d sangha Question 25  __________ force to defend the entity of misfortune and denial.   a Theologies  b Theodicies  c Apologetics  d Dialectics