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World Religions Questions - All Grades

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Grade 8 Judaism
Sukkot is a Jewish holiday that commemorates which of the following?
  1. The Exodus from Egypt
  2. The giving of the Ten Commandments
  3. The building of the First Temple
  4. The birth of Moses
Grade 6 World Religions
Siddhartha Guatama was the founder of which religion?
  1. Christianity
  2. Judasim
  3. Islam
  4. Buddhism
Grade 6 World Religions
Mohammed was born in which city?
  1. Petra
  2. Mecca
  3. Medina
  4. Jerusalem
Grade 8 Judaism
Sukkot is followed by a separate holiday known as:
  1. Purim
  2. Hanukkah
  3. Yom Kippur
  4. Simchat Torah
Grade 8 Judaism
What is the significance of the open roof of a sukkah?
  1. It represents the unity of all nations
  2. It symbolizes humility and reliance on God
  3. It recalls the story of the Flood
  4. It points toward the sky as a sign of hope
Grade 8 Judaism
Grade 8 Judaism
Sukkot lasts for how many days?
  1. Three days
  2. Five days
  3. Seven days
  4. Ten days
Grade 8 Judaism
What is the etrog?
  1. A type of bread
  2. A type of fish
  3. A citrus fruit
  4. A type of wine
Grade 8 Judaism
The "Four Species" are an important ritual element of Sukkot. Which items are included in the Four Species?
  1. Apple, orange, banana, and grape
  2. Palm branch, myrtle branches, willow branches, and citron
  3. Fig, pomegranate, olive, and date
  4. Lemon, lime, kiwi, and pineapple
Grade 8 Judaism
Sukkot is also known as:
  1. Festival of Lights
  2. Feast of Tabernacles
  3. Day of Atonement
  4. Festival of Freedom
Grade 6 Hinduism
Grade 9 Judaism
The Hebrews believed in one God. This is called
  1. polytheism
  2. monotheism
  3. capitalism
  4. imperialism
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