The karma-run wheel of birth, death, and rebirth is called __________.
A major theme of Daoism is __________.
A symbol for the unity of all things that many indigenous cultures use is that of the __________.
What is the name for a Hindu spiritual teacher?
The complex system of hierarchies and inequalities that constitutes life in India is referred to by the English word __________.
In patriarchal institutionalized religions, women have been __________.
The monastic order that developed from the Buddha’s early disciples is called the __________.
The word Jain derives from this term, meaning “winner over one’s passions.”
Among shamans, medicine power is considered spiritually __________.
The Japanese teacher Nichiren believed that the essence of Buddhism could be found in the __________.
How many basic principles do Jains hold?
When indigenous ways were threatened with repression, many of the traditions were practiced __________.
Indigenous spirituality may be described as __________.
Charles Darwin’s On The Origin of Species propounded the theory of __________.
The major teachers in Janism are called the __________.
Jiva means __________.
The founder of Buddhism was a contemporary of __________.
The oldest of the known Vedic scriptures is the __________.
An allegory is an effective kind of religious narrative because it __________.
Attempts to define religion are difficult because __________.
The father of modern, independent India who taught nonviolent resistance to military and industrial oppression was __________.
The creative rhythm of the universe is called the __________.
A little over one hundred years after Confucius died, a “Second Sage” named __________ was born.
The practice that helps one determine the harmonious placement of a building or objects is known as __________.
Buddhists who follow the Theravada tradition study a large collection of ancient scriptures called the __________.