Jewish principles of faith: Quiz

Question 1: Reconstructionism denies that ________ is either personal or supernatural.
NontheismGodTheologyPantheism

Question 2: ________ has stressed a number of core principles in its educational programs, most importantly a belief that there is a single, omniscient and transcendent God, who created the universe, and continues to be concerned with its governance.
Conservative JudaismRabbiAshkenazi JewsOrthodox Judaism

Question 3: Thus human beings have ________ and can choose the path in life that they will take.
AristotleImmanuel KantFriedrich NietzscheFree will

Question 4: Rabbinic Judaism holds that the ________ extant today is the same one that was given to Moses by God on Mount Sinai.
KabbalahIslam and JudaismTorahBible

Question 5: However, the Conservative rabbinate also notes that the Jewish community never developed any one binding ________.
Catholic ChurchCatholicismCatechismProtestant Reformation

Question 6: Thus, most rabbinic works present God as having the properties of ________, omniscience and omnibenevolence (being all good).
PantheismMysticismMonotheismOmnipotence

Question 7: Traditional Judaism maintains that God established a covenant with the Jewish people at Mount Sinai, and revealed his laws and commandments to them in the form of the ________.
BibleKabbalahTorahIslam and Judaism

Question 8: Some theological responses to these questions are explored in ________.
Jewish eschatologyKabbalahHolocaust theologyJewish philosophy

Question 9: On the other hand, ________ and many other medieval Jewish philosophers rejected the idea of a personal God as incorrect.
SoulThomas AquinasAverroesMaimonides

Question 10: The entry on ________ discusses in more detail how and why the enlightenment led to the development of the modern Jewish denominations.
Conservative JudaismReform movement in JudaismJewish leftYeshiva

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