APOL 525 Quiz 2 Asian, African

APOL 525 Quiz: Asian, African, and Native American Religions

  1. The problem in Buddhism is to live means people will
  2. The Japanese Shinto religion is mainly practiced in
  3. Traditional Native American religions recognize three levels of spiritual beings in general including:
  4. The _______________________________ and some of its smaller counterparts see themselves as incorporating native rituals into the broader context of Christianity.
  5. In sharing the gospel with Traditional African Religion adherents Christians should
  6. Buddhism does not acknowledge the existence of an individual’s
  7. In traditional cultures many things may be considered taboo including the following:
  8. Totemism is the practice in Native American tribes of
  9. Engai, the god of the Maasai, means
  10. Shinto is rightfully identified as the national religion of Japan for two reasons which are
  11. One of the great principles of Confucius teaching is known as the
  12. In sharing the gospel with a Japanese person who is an adherent of a Japanese religion, Christians should
  13. The Sequence of the Rites of Passage in the Zulu Tribe are as follows:
  14. Money is sometimes burned at a Chinese funeral.
  15. We have a good knowledge about Japan in ancient times because it is a very old and well-preserved society and culture.
  16. The goal in Yin and Yang in the universe is to maintain a balance between the two spiritual forces.
  17. Shamanism is not part of Japanese religious life.
  18. The ritual of healing is not a focus in Traditional religions.
  19. Medicine Men use sand paintings at times in healing ceremonies.
  20. Native American cultures and tribes hold very clear conceptions concerning the dead.
  21. The word shaman originated with the American Indians.
  22. The leader of Tibetan Buddhism is the Dali Lama.
  23. Japan has both Shinto Shrines as well as Buddhist temples.
  24. The correctly balanced state of Yin and Yang is expressed by the Buddha.
  25. Confucian social teachings have not influenced Japan.
  26. The Japanese celebration of New Year’s Day emphasizes purification.
  27. Fortune-telling is taboo in Chinese popular religion.
  28. Some forms of Buddhism are atheistic.
  29. Kachina Spirits and dances are part and parcel of the Navajo culture.
  30. The Navajos do not fear ghosts because they do not believe in ghosts.
  31. In a solid two or three paragraph essay discuss what questions need to be asked and answered when developing a Christian Theology of Religions? Why are answering such questions important in the Christian mission? Cite at least 4 Scriptures to support your answers.
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