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Abrahamic religions: Quiz


Question 1: Ibrahim (________) is the first in a genealogy for Muhammad.

Question 2: The Qur'an mentions and reveres several of the Israelite prophets, including ________, among others (see also: Prophets of Islam).
New TestamentNew Testament view on Jesus' lifeJesusGospel

Question 3: The sacred scriptures of most Christian groups are the Old Testament, which is largely the same as the ________, and the New Testament.
Hebrew BibleDeuterocanonical booksBiblical canonTanakh

Question 4: There is an ________ religious term, Millat Ibrahim (Abrahamic circumcision),[4][5], indicating that Islam sees itself as having practices tied to the traditions of Abraham.
Islamic schools and branchesMuslim historyIslamMosque

Question 5: The Christian God is at the same time (according to most of mainstream Christianity) an indivisible ________ (Tri-unity), a view not shared by the other religions.
TrinityChristologyBiblical canonGod in Christianity

Question 6: The ________ believes that both Mahdi and the Second Coming of Christ were fulfilled in Mirza Ghulam Ahmad.
Mirza Basheer-ud-Din Mahmood AhmadKhalifatul MasihAhmadiyya Muslim CommunityProphethood (Ahmadiyya)

Question 7: These are complemented by and supplemented with various (originally oral) traditions: ________, the Mishnah, the Talmud and collected rabbinical writings.
Rabbinic literatureMidrashTanakhBible

Question 8: [17]:p.236 They all believe that God guides humanity through ________ to prophets, and each religion recognizes that God revealed teachings up to and including those in their own scripture.
JudaismBibleBiblical canonRevelation

Question 9: The Abrahamic religions (also known as Abrahamic faiths, Abrahamic traditions, religions of Abraham and semitic religions[1]) are the world's three primary monotheistic faiths of Judaism, ________, and Islam, which share a common origin and values.
Christian denominationBaptistEcumenismChristianity

Question 10: The sacred scriptures of the Christian Bible are complemented by a large body of writings by individual Christians and councils of Christian leaders (see ________).
Canon lawCanon law (Catholic Church)Natural lawRoman law


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