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Question 1: ________ also avoid taking oaths, as making a false oath, even unintentionally so, would violate a Biblical commandment in Leviticus 19:12.
Jewish ethnic divisionsSephardi JewsJewsAntisemitism

Question 2: In the Roman tradition, oaths were sworn upon Iuppiter Lapis or the Jupiter Stone located in the Temple of Jupiter, ________.
Palatine HillQuirinal HillCapitoline HillPalazzo Farnese, Rome

Question 3: Here, Christ is written to say "I say to you: '________'".
Expounding of the LawCouncil of JerusalemNew CovenantJudaizers

Question 4: The ________ has permitted affirmations since it was founded; it is explicitly mentioned in the Constitution.
PhilippinesCanadaAlaskaUnited States

Question 5: The ________ stated in James 5:12, "Above all, my brothers, do not swear—not by heaven or by earth or by anything else.
James, son of ZebedeeThomas the ApostleSaint PeterJude the Apostle

Question 6: Germanic warrior culture was significantly based on oaths of fealty, directly continued into medieval notions of ________.
ChivalryHoly GrailKnightGawain

Question 7: Hedin was coming home alone from the forest one ________-eve, and found a troll-woman; she rode on a wolf, and had snakes in place of a bridle.
Germanic paganismYuleElfValkyrie

Question 8: In the ________ Tradition, this is held as the origination of the concept that it is required to hold a sacred object in one's hand when taking an oath.
Messianic JudaismJudeo-ChristianChristianity and JudaismBible

Question 9: The concept of oaths is deeply rooted within the ________.

Question 10: The current ________, for instance, is really a pledge and not properly an oath since there is only a "promise" and no appeal to a sacred witness.
Olympic OathHayley WickenheiserAlexander MedvedTeresa Edwards


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