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I. Choose the letter of the correct answer.

_____ 1. It is the critical study of the nature of the divine.

a. Religion b. Spirituality c. Theology d. Philosophy
_____ 2. It is the oldest existing religion.
a. Judaism b. Vedic d. Christianity c. Monotheistic religions
_____ 3. It refers to the ethical values and the system of moral practice directly resulting from an adherence to
the beliefs.
a. Wisdom b. Creed c. Code d. Worship
_____ 4. Which of the following are the five pillars of Islam?
a. Shadahah, Salat, Zakat, Sawm, Hajj c. Shahadah, Salat, Zakat, Sawm, Hajj
b. Shahadah, Sakat, Zalat, Sawm, Hajj d. Shahadah, Zalat, Sakat, Sawm, Hajj
_____ 5. This definition of religion is concerned with the social consequences of religion.
a. functional b. substantive d. elaborative d. scientific
_____ 6. It is a reflection of humans lived experience of God.
a. Religion b. Spirituality c. Theology d. Philosophy
_____ 7. It is the oral instruction of the Tanakh.
a. Torah b. Talmud c. Halakha d. Mishna
_____ 8.It is the path and is based on the written and oral instructions, and is a system through which the
followers act to bring God into the world.
a. Torah b. Talmud c. Halakha d. Mishna
_____ 9. The school of thought of Judaism wherein oral traditions were transmitted.
a. Medina b. Pharisee c. Madrasah d. University
_____10. It is the sect of Christianity that rose in the Middle Ages.
a. Eastern Orthodox b. Roman Catholic c. Protestant Reformist d. Conservative Movement
_____11. This religion was born in the second temple of Judaism.
a. Conservative Judaism b. Christianity c. Protestant d. Orthodox Judaism
_____12. It contains the five books of Moses.
a. Tanakh b. Torah c. Talmud d. Halakha
_____13. He is the first King of the Israelites.
a. David b. Peter c. Saul d. Abraham
_____14. He is the seal of the prophets.
a. Jesus b. Abraham c. Moses d. Mohammad
_____15. The following are the sects of Islam, except one.
a. Sunni b. Shiite c. Kharijite d. Shahadah
_____16. He is the leader of reformation of the church.
a. Constantine b. Martin Luther c. Amir Khan d. Adolf Hitler
_____17. It is the set of truths that must be accepted and agreed to by those who wish to belong to the
a. Cult b. Creed c. Code d. Worship
_____18. It is ones integrative view of life that involves a quest for the meaning of life.
a. Religion b. Spirituality c. Theology d. Philosophy
_____19. It is the present day Canaan.
a. Mecca b. Saudi Arabia c. Israel d. Palestine
_____20. It is the place of worship of the Jews.
a. Temple b. Synagogue c. Church d. Mosque
_____21. It refers to the person who submits himself/herself to Allah.
a. Rabbi b. Monk c. Muslim d. Sharia
_____22. It is the second widespread religion in the world.
a. Judaism b. Christianity c. Islam d. Hinduism
_____23. It is a Christian sacrament wherein someone confesses his/her sins and gets absolution.
a. confirmation b. Eucharist c. blessing d. reconciliation
_____24. It is the four week celebration before Christmas that symbolizes the time gap between creation and
the coming of Jesus.
a. Advent b. Eucharist c. Passover d. Epistles
_____25. This refers to the group who accepted YHWH as their God.
a. Israelites b. Jews c. Hebrew d. Judaist
_____26. He is the first Christian Emperor.
a. David b. Saul c. Constantine d. Jesus
_____27. It is a part of the Mosque that indicates the direction of Kaaba in Mecca.
a. Mihrab b. Gibla c. Shaykhs d. Tafsir
_____28. The Golden Age of Judaism happened during his reign.
a. Saul b. David c. Jacob d. Abraham
_____29. It is the pilgrimage of the Muslims to Mecca; symbolizes Mohammads journey back to Mecca.
a. Jihad b. Hajj c. Shaykh d. Salat
_____30. It is the part of the Torah that states the creation of the world.
a. Deuteronomy b. Leviticus c. Genesis d. Exodus
_____31. The Fall of Man refers to the story of _____.
a. Adam and Eve b. Samson c. The Prodigal Son d. Mohammad
_____32. He is the founder of the covenant.
a. Benjamin b. Abraham c. Moses d. Saul
_____33. The following are the sects of Judaism except _______.
a. Orthodox b. Modern c. Conservative d. Reform Liberal
_____34. It refers to the Father, Son and Holy Spirit.
a. Gospel b. Trinity c. Epistles d. Liturgy
_____35. Which of the following is not an issue in faced by the practice of Islam?
a. gender inequality b. militant sector c. migration d. evangelization
_____36. The following are the doctrines of Christianity except _____.
a. Virgin Birth b. Resurrection c. Last Judgement d. Ecumenism
_____37. It is a part of the Tanakh that describes the prophets of the religion.
a. Neviim b. Ketuvim c. Torah d. Bereshit
_____38. This feast commemorates the liberation of the Hebrews from Egypt.
a. Ramadan b. Easter c. Passover d. Matzah
_____39. It is the Holy place for the Christians
a. Canaan b. Israel c. Jerusalem d. Mecca
_____40. YHWH means ______.
a. I am who I am b. I am who am c. I am who I d. I am who am I
_____41. It is the holy scripture of Islam.
a. Tanakh b. Old Testament c. Quran d. Mishnah
_____42. It is a set of rules found in Exodus 20 of the Old Testament.
a. The Lords Prayer b. Apostles Creed c. 10 commandments d. 618 commandments
_____43. How many books does the Christian bible have?
a. 9 b. 2 c. 8 d. 20
_____44. It is a word used to refer to people who practices Judaism that means Yehuda.
a. Jews b. Israelites c. Judaist d. Hebrew
_____45. The movement of the 12 tribes of Jacob from Egypt to the Promised Land is called.
a. exile b. migration c. exodus d. refuge
_____46. He is known as the Son of God.
a. Abraham b. Moses c. Jacob d. Jesus
_____47. The Muslims pray five times a day, identify the times of day they pray.
a. dawn, midday, noon, midafternoon, nighttime
b. before dawn, midday, midafternoon, sunset, nighttime
c. sunrise, midday, noon, midafternoon, after supper
d. before dawn, after sunrise, midafternoon, sunset, nighttime
_____48. It is a place where temporary punishment were given for those who do not yet deserve to go to either
Heaven or Hell.
a. Jerusalem b. Purgatory c. Inquisition d. Nazareth
_____49. Jesus Christs evangelical command, Go and teach all nations were directive to ______
a. Disciples b. Christians c. Baptists d. Jews
_____50. It is the division of Islam that follows the traditions of the religion.
a. Sunni b. Shiite c. Suffi d. Kharijite

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