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You passed this Milestone19 questions were answered correctly.6questions were answeredincorrectly.1The theory developed throughout Christian history regarding the justifiable use of military force by Christians is known as what?Authentic CrusadeJust WarViolation of Pacifism"Divine Wind"CONCEPTWar and Peace2Which of the following best describes the concept of "sacred object?"An important point of doctrine, or religious belief.An object which may be used by a particular religious tradition to persuade adeity to act in a certain way.The primary object of worship in a particular religious tradition, such as God in Christianity.Any object which has symbolic meaning.CONCEPTSacred Objects3
What is the name of one of the Four Noble Truths found in Buddhismthat focuses on prescribing duties for adherents to free themselves from suffering?The Bodhi TreeNirvanaThe Three JewelsThe Eightfold PathCONCEPTDuties and Law4What is "social convention?"Any gathering of like-minded people.The ability of a person to "step outside" their own culture and interrogate it.Customs derived from the norms or standard practices of a society.The actions and thoughts of humans prior to socialization, sometimes referred to as "instinct."CONCEPTSocial Convention5What is a theocracy?A government that represses religion and spirituality in any form.Government by religious authority.
The moral view that merely God's command makes an action ethical.The separation of legal government and God's commands.CONCEPTReligious States6According to the lessons in this course, what is meant by the term "ethics?"Any set of actions that is thought to bring about the greatest happiness for the greatest number of people.