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1. Religion is a defined as a:
1. a set of dogmatic beliefs that a group of people ascribe to
2. the unique relationship between an individual and his or her higher power
3. both of the above
4. none of the above
1. One's worldview refers to:
1. how one sees his or herself in relationship to the world
2. how one approaches and interprets his or her experiences
3. what we believe
4. all the above
1. Which psychological theoretical orientation views religion as a substitute for an authority figure?
3. Cognitive behavioral
1. Religious development follows which trajectory?
4. none of the above
1. Allport holds that a heuristic religious maturity is when:
1. a person can hold his or her religious beliefs as a working hypothesis
2. a person integrates human knowledge and experience with that philosophy
3. a person moves from self-centered motives to self-transcending motives
4. a person is aware of failures and successes of one's church or religion
1. Which of the following is NOT an affect of spirituality on physical well-being?
1. reduces health destructive behaviors
2. social networks become available for support and care
3. modifies the distress that comes with physical illness
4. all of the above
1. According to Enright, there are ___ phases in forgiveness.
1. All religious have a sacred text.
1. Which religious tradition sites Shiva after the death of a loved one?
1. Which of the following purposes do post death rituals NOT serve?
1. Allows the community to grieve together
2. Give a "container" for grieving
3. Makes everyone grieve the same way
4. All of the above
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