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Question 1: In the pre-Christian religions of Greeks and Romans (________, Roman religion), ceremonial prayer was highly formulaic and ritualized.
Religion in ancient GreeceAmphidromiaAncient Egyptian religionPrehistoric religion

Question 2: An amount of accounts of prayers to the gods in Germanic paganism survived the process of ________, though only a single prayer has survived without the interjection of Christian references.
Byzantine EmpireGermanic ChristianityChristianizationCrusades

Question 3: The bell and hand clapping are meant to wake up or attract the attention of the ________ of the shrine, so that one's prayer may be heard.
Japanese mythologyKamiInari OkamiIzanagi

Question 4: In the common Bible of the ________, various forms of prayer appear; the most common forms being petition, thanksgiving and worship.
JesusAbrahamic religionsChristianityIslam

Question 5: Indeed, the highest sacred texts of the Hindus, the ________, are a large collection of mantras and prayer rituals.
Sanskrit literatureVedasRigvedaIndian epic poetry

Question 6: Prayer in Taoism is less common than Fulu, which is the drawing and writing of supernatural talismans, but the many Taoism prayers[52] retained the old forms which they had under the ________.
Han DynastySong DynastyTang DynastyMing Dynasty

Question 7: Probably the most common and universal prayer among Christians is the Lord's Prayer, which according to the gospel accounts is how ________ taught his disciples to pray.
JesusApostle (Christian)New Testament view on Jesus' lifeNew Testament

Question 8: The most important Jewish prayers are the Shema Yisrael ("Hear O Israel") and the ________ ("the standing prayer").
AmidahJewish servicesYom KippurJudaism

Question 9: Some ________ denominations choose not to recite the Lord's Prayer or other rote prayers.
ChristianityBaptistProtestantismChristian denomination

Question 10: ________ claimed that human beings possess the capacity and potential to be liberated, or enlightened, through contemplation, leading to insight.
Gautama BuddhaBuddhismBuddhism and HinduismAshoka the Great
















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