anonymous
  • anonymous
please help ive answerd these qusestions but i got them wrong ! :( In Buddhism, which of the following would be described as freedom from ignorance, prejudice, and superstition? Select one: a. karma b. stupa c. reincarnation d. enlightenment
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anonymous
  • anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Which of the following distinguishes Theravadan from Mahayanan Buddhism? Select one: a. Theravadan Buddhists believe the Buddha was a god. b. Theravadan Buddhist monks wear blue-colored robes. c. Regular members of Theravadan monasteries belong to the sangha. d. Novice members of Theravadan monasteries get married before they become monks.
anonymous
  • anonymous
In which country is Theravadan Buddhism the dominant form? Select one: a. China b. Korea c. Japan d. Thailand

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anonymous
  • anonymous
Which of the following best describes how the Buddha spread his religious teaching? Select one: a. He stayed in a royal palace and people came and visited him so that he could instruct them. b. He travelled far and wide teaching his religious philosophy. c. Buddha spent half his time in one place teaching people who came from far and wide and he travelled the other half of the time. d. The Buddha left it to his disciples to teach his religious philosophy.
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