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Question 1: Less politically, most faiths have any number of people that are believed to have been touched by divine forces: saints, prophets, ________, oracles, martyrs, and enlightened beings, among others.
HeroGreek mythologyPlatoGreek hero cult

Question 2: In Greek mythology, ________ mother bathed him in the river Styx to give him immortality, and Hercules — as the son of Zeus — inherited near-godlike powers.
PatroclusAchillesOdysseusHelen

Question 3: (See Joseph Smith's ________.)
Joseph Smith, Jr.King Follett discourseMormonBrigham Young

Question 4: Thus Yahweh, ________, and Jehovah are sometimes referred to as "the Divinities" of their particular faiths.
IslamShariaMuhammadAllah

Question 5: In monotheistic faiths there is an equivalent cohort of malefic supranormal beings and powers, such as demons, devils, afreet, etc., which are not conventionally referred to as divine; ________ is often used instead.
DemonDemonologyUnclean spiritChristian demonology

Question 6: Saint Francis of Assisi, in Catholicism, is said to have received instruction directly from ________ and it is believed that he grants plenary indulgence to all who confess their sins and visit his chapel on the appropriate day.
GodTheologyNontheismPantheism

Question 7: This power was then extended to prophets like ________ and Samuel, who caused thunderous storms to rain down on their enemies.
DavidAbrahamMosesElijah

Question 8: Conceptual beings like the ________ and Fates of ancient Greek belief
MuseGreek mythologyApolloHera

Question 9: Animal beings, many of which populate the stories of Native Americans and ________
Indigenous Australian musicIndigenous AustraliansNorfolk IslandMelanesia

Question 10: Dyaus, closely related to Greek 'Zeus', Divan in Persian and Deva in ________), but the use varies significantly depending on which god is being discussed.
BuddhismPaliSanskritMantra







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