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14. A highly advanced Buddhist practitioner who attains to and abides in the 4th meditative absorption (jhana), which is neither suffering nor bliss, will probably A) not be reborn B) look with disdain and scorn on the masses of unenlightened people C) become a great conquering general D) be reborn as a deity (deva) or saint E) become famous as a great Buddhist sage
15. The Three Jewels (or Three Treasures) of Buddhism are
16. In early Buddhism, the practice of “rain retreat” eventually led to
17. The tilak (forehead mark) of Shiva features
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05/02/2016 Quiz 2: Lessons 3 and 4 18. In the traditional biography of the Buddha (Siddhartha Gautama), one of the practices in which he engaged after the Great Renunciation was A) good works in the form of poverty relief B) performing religious rituals C) academic study at a local university D) hedonism E) asceticism (mortifying the flesh)
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19. According to the Buddhist Eightfold Path, correct conduct includes
20. Which of the following encapsulates the description by the Buddha (Siddhartha Gautama) of the nature of the human condition? The

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