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Question 1: Wat – Buddhism (in ________, Thailand, and Laos)
Papua New GuineaCambodiaCanadaMalaysia

Question 2: The term temple is often used as a general term for any house of worship; but churches and ________ are not generally called temples.
Muslim historyMuslim worldIslamMosque

Question 3: The form and function of ________ has evolved over thousands of years for both changing beliefs and architectural style.
Gothic architectureMosqueSacred architectureIslamic architecture

Question 4: In Catholicism and ________, some smaller and "private" places of worship are called chapels.
Episcopal Church (United States)Personal ordinariateEcumenical councilAnglicanism

Question 5:
  • Orthodox temple – Orthodox Christianity (both Eastern and Oriental)
    an Orthodox temple is a place of worship with base shaped like ________.
    Flags with crossesChristian crossPope John Paul IICross

Question 6: ________
List of largest church buildings in the worldList of tallest churches in the worldList of longest church buildings in the worldIstanbul

Question 7:
  • Some synagogues, especially Reform synagogues, are called temples, but Orthodox and Conservative Judaism consider this inappropriate as they do not consider synagogues a replacement for the ________.
    Yemenite JewsJewish holidayChristianity and JudaismTemple in Jerusalem

Question 8: Church________, Roman Catholic, Episcopalian, and some other Protestant denominations
The word church derives from the Greek ekklesia, meaning the called out ones.
CatholicismPersonal ordinariateAnglicanismEcumenical council

Question 9: ________ (Capel in Welsh)Presbyterian Church of Wales (Calvinistic Methodism), and some other denominations, especially non-conformist denominations.
ChapelPalermoCatholic ChurchAltar

Question 10: Cathedral or minster (seat of a diocesan bishop within the Catholic church and the ________ church)
AnglicanismEcumenical councilEpiscopal Church (United States)Catholicism







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