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Question 1: Some deities are asserted to be the directors of time and fate itself, to be the givers of human law and morality, to be the ultimate judges of human worth and behavior, and to be the designers and creators of the ________ or the universe.
MoonEarthNatureSun

Question 2: Some religions are ________ and assert the existence of a unique deity.
HenotheismMonotheismPantheismTheology

Question 3: Some people believe that artifacts from Mohenjo-daro, Harappa and other archaeological sites of northwestern India and Pakistan indicate that some early form of Shiva worship was practiced in the ________.
Indus RiverGanges DeltaGanges BasinIndus River Delta

Question 4: Some human rulers, such as the pharaohs of the ________, the Japanese Tennos, and some Roman Emperors have been worshipped by their subjects as deities while still alive.
Achaemenid EmpirePtolemaic KingdomAncient EgyptNew Kingdom

Question 5: Some ________ hold that even the conventional existence of universal (monotheistic) deities is a non-existent, whereas others consider that the conventional existence of such a being is an existent.
MadhyamakaPrasaṅgikaAnattaŚāntarakṣita

Question 6: He cites examples from ________ which is, in his opinion, more like a modern soap opera than other religious systems.
MuseApolloHeraGreek mythology

Question 7: They are usually ________, and are commonly assumed to have personalities and to possess consciousness, intellects, desires, and emotions similar to those of humans.
TimeProphecyKalachakraImmortality

Question 8: ________ discusses philosophical issues related to theories about deities.
Philosophy of religionOutline of philosophyMonismAtheism

Question 9: Theories and narratives about, and modes of worship of, deities are largely a matter of ________.
ReligionSoulAtheismRelationship between religion and science

Question 10: ________ is the view that there are two deities: a deity of good who is opposed and thwarted by a deity of evil, of equal power.
René DescartesMonismDualismBaruch Spinoza







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