Module 9 (Essay)
Sikhism was found in Punjab during the 15th century by Guru Nanak. The people who
follows the religion Sikhism is known as Sikhs. It is a monotheistic religion and there are about
20 million Sikhs i
Module 7 Quiz
1. What is meant by the statement in the film that in the first centuries after the death of Jesus,
there were many Christianities?
The Christian movement began not from a single center, instead from many different
Module Three Quiz
1. Discuss why each of these archaeological findings are indicative of prehistoric religion:
a. Ritual cannibalism
This was an indicator of prehistoric religion because they were always i
Module 4, Religious Change
1. The most used model to explain the emergence of a New Religious Movement
is Anthony Wallaces Revitalization Movement. Write the definition of
According to Anthony Wallace, the de
Where does the story of the Jews begin, according to legend?
If we are to believe the various writers of the Hebrew Bible, the first major event happened around 1300 BCE, when
Moses supposedly led the en
Quiz 5 (Hinduism and Buddhism)
1. What are the fours Vedic varnas or castes? Who occupies these varnas?
The four Vedic varnas are:
Brahmin: Occupied by priests and scholars
Kshatriya: Occupied by rulers and warriors
Vaishya: Occupied by economic producer
World Religions Module 10
1. What are some of the social psychological factors that promote violence?
Some of the social psychological factors that promote violence are:
Indoctrination that legitimizes violence.
Quiz on Module 2
Shamanism, Sorcery, and Witchcraf
1. What are differences between a shaman and a priest?
Relies on spirit helpers
Relies on ritua
Module 1 Quiz
1. What are the definitions of culture and religion and how are they related?
Culture is an acquired knowledge that people use to interpret experience and generate
behavior. Religion is a cultural knowledge about the supernatural that peopl
Quiz on Module 8
Using the film and reading resources provided, answer the following questions. (Note: You may you
other sources of your choosing to answer the questions fully and objectively).
1. What is founding event of Islam and
Department of Philosophy
In recent literature concerning the possibility of moral knowledge, it has been popular
to apply coherentist accounts of epistemic justification to moral belief
By Andrew Berwick, London 2011
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About the compendium - 2083 . 11
Distribution of the book . 12
A message from the author/creator of the compendium . 15
Introduction - What is Political