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Question 1: There are many areas of science that explore the religious experience like Neurotheology, Transpersonal psychology, Psychology of religion, and ________
EvolutionBiologyGeneticsDNA

Question 2: ________ is the psychological study of religious experiences, beliefs, and activities.
Sigmund FreudPsychology of religionIndex of psychology articlesWilliam James

Question 3: Deep intrinsic connection to the world (Satori in Mahayana Buddhism, Te in ________)
East Asian religionsPantheismReligionTaoism

Question 4: Religious experience (sometimes known as a spiritual experience, sacred experience, or mystical experience) is a subjective experience where an individual reports contact with a transcendent reality, an encounter or union with the ________.
DivinityGodMisotheismDeity

Question 5: [9] In the 19th century, Friedrich Schleiermacher and Albert Ritschl continued and extended this view that human (moral and religious) experience justifies ________.
Religious beliefRelationship between religion and scienceReligionSoul

Question 6: ________ is a school of psychology that studies the transpersonal, self-transcendent or spiritual aspects of the human experience.
Transpersonal psychologyWilliam JamesPsychotherapyClinical psychology

Question 7: Some current studies use ________ to localize brain regions active, or differentially active, during religious experiences.
NeurosurgeryPsychiatryNeuroimagingNeuropsychiatry

Question 8: [3] Sufis believe in a tripartite way to God as explained by a tradition attributed to the Prophet,"The ________ are my words (aqwal), the tariqa are my actions (amal), and the haqiqa is my interior states (ahwal)".
Islamic ethicsShariaIslamFiqh

Question 9: The term "spiritual awakening" may be used to refer to any of a wide range of experiences including being born again, ________, and mystical experiences such as liberation and enlightenment.
ExorcismGhostNear death experienceAfterlife

Question 10: Based on his study of ________, Hinduism, Buddhism, Gnosticism, Taoism, and other traditions, Jung perceived that this journey of transformation is at the mystical heart of all religions.
ChristianityChristian denominationBaptistEcumenism
















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