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Question 1: One classical exposition is the ________ refutation of extremes that the philosopher-adept Nagarjuna propounded.
MadhyamakaTibetan BuddhismVajrayanaYogacara

Question 2: In its ultimate articulation, by the Hasidic leader Shneur Zalman of Liadi, in the intellectual Hasidic method of ________, the Tzimtzum is only metaphorical, an illusion from the perspective of man.
Breslov (Hasidic dynasty)Hasidic JudaismChabadIzhbitza (Hasidic dynasty)

Question 3: (________, Shaar Hayichud, Chapter 2-3.
TanyaChabad-Lubavitch related controversiesChabadChabad messianism

Question 4: It is related to issues such as ________ and omniscience, but not all faiths consider the divine to be an 'actor' or a 'knower'.
GodOmnipotenceMysticismMonotheism

Question 5: Immanence implies the ________ of a divine entity or essence.
MonotheismGnosticismGodOmnipresence

Question 6: The Kabbalah gives the full, subtle, traditional system of Jewish ________.
AristotleDeterminismMonismMetaphysics

Question 7: To ________, God reveals his Tetragrammaton name, that more fully captures Divine descriptions of transcendence.
AbrahamDavidMosesElijah

Question 8: The Kabbalists identified the final, feminine Sefirah with the earlier, traditional Jewish concept of the ________ (immanent Divine Presence).
Yom KippurTemple in JerusalemJudaismShekhinah

Question 9: Hebrew Scripture is traditionally explained using the four level ________ method of Pardes.
FundamentalismMiracleExegesisMaimonides

Question 10: This gave great spirituality to earlier ideas in Jewish thought, such as the theological explanations of suffering (________).
TheodicyPantheismDeismMonotheism







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