20. The founder of Buddhism, Siddhartha Gautama, who came to be known as the Buddha (enlightened one) was perhaps the first prominent Indian religious leader toA) reject the eating of meat.B) acknowledge sacred animals, such as cattle.C) speak out against the Hindu caste system.D) accept Karma.21. Buddhism thrives in all of the areas listed below except
22. Tibetan Buddhism is of the ___________ type.23. Geomancers, those who know the desires of the spirits of ancestors, dragons and tigers occupying the natural world, are associated with24. The teachings of Lao-Tsu form the tenants ofA) Confucianism.B) Hinduism.C) Taoism.D) Islam.25. The Confucian Classics were the 13 texts that were the focus of education for 2,000 years in26. Under Chinese communist rule (1949-present), Confucianism has27. The Jews of Central Europe are known as28. The concentration of religions in Switzerland is related to ____________ boundaries.A) cantonB) river basinC) ecozoneD) school district
29. By the year _______, Islam had diffused to the East Indies.30. The diasporaof the Jews resulted from31. The ideology of Zionism has as its goal
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