(TCO 1) The word "religion" literally means:
to meditate on.
to bind again.
to rise above.
Question 2. Question
(TCO 1) The Way of Devotion is characterized by:
a strong emphasis
an intense personal relationship to the deity.
a practical approach that emphasizes
traditional prayers and rituals.
some form of meditation practice.
Question 3. Question
(TCO 2) William James makes an important distinction
personal religious experience and
reason and revelation.
faith and science.
None of the above
Question 4. Question
(TCO 4) The German theologian who held that religions
originate in human response to the mysterious side of reality was:
Question 5. Question
(TCO 8) The word "moksha" means:
the moral law of cause and effect.
Question 6. Question
(TCO 9) The Bhagavad Gita is part of a long poem called:
Question 7. Question
(TCO 8) Karma yoga is:
the path to God through knowledge.
the path to God through loving devotion.
the path to God through work.
the path to God through meditation.
Question 8. Question
(TCO 8) A Puja is:
an object held in the hand during worship.
a sacred dance.
a special powder placed on the images of
Question 9. Question
(TCO 10) In Jainism, prayer and worship of the gods is:
essential and obligatory.
helpful but optional.
dangerous and forbidden.
worthless and irrevelant.