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Question 1 2 points Save According to Joseph Campbell reading myths can teach you to ______ live in the eternal time get a spiritual life understand symbols and their universal power and appeal increase belief in reincarnation appease ancestral spirits Question 2 2 points Save This form of belief emphasizes common themes and images such as the "tree of knowledge", fountain of youth/life, holy mountain,etc... mytholoogy poetry mysticism archeology psychology Question 3 2 points Save Kachinas were_____ religious costumes small rooms for cooking Hot Southwestern winds communal eating centers native american guardian spirits Question 4 2 points Save Religions exist to______ help people meet their spiritual and temporal needs offer solutions and comforts in the midst of inexplicable sufferings and misfortune all of the above are correct solve problems of morality and behaviors companionship and group identity Question 5 2 points Save A term with Greek roots which best describes a native relgion is
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aboriginal tribal indigeneous nonliterate primitive Question 6 2 points Save The aspect of religion that can be described as experiencing terror and fascination can be described as ________ spirits in the natural world assurance of safety numinous awe totem and taboo the presence of gods or goddesses Question 7 2 points Save We can infer that the Roman Building knonw as the "Pantheon" expresses the belief in____ immanence pantheism monotheism polytheism sacraments Question 8 2 points Save The indigeneous site at Mesa Verde, Colorado is an example of _________ all of the above native american architecture indigeneous culture indigeneous pilgrimage site communal living Question 9 2 points Save The indigeneous religions are often best known for their need for constant stimultion from other culture emphasis on bilingual culture reverance towards the natural world sense of rugged individualism high degree of literacy
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