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Question 1: In ________, the main form of ritual purification is Misogi, which involves natural running water, and especially waterfalls.
Religion and homosexualityShintoEast Asian religionsReligion

Question 2: Ritual purification is a feature of many ________.
Relationship between religion and scienceAtheismReligionSoul

Question 3: Within each tradition the more orthodox groups follow stricter rules, but the strictest rules are generally prescribed for ________, especially those engaged in the temple worship.
BiharBrahminUttar PradeshBhumihar

Question 4: In December 2006 the ________ of Conservative Judaism re-affirmed the traditional requirement that Conservative women ritually immerse following menstruation.
Committee on Jewish Law and StandardsMasortiConservative HalakhaRabbinical Assembly

Question 5: ________ theology has very strong notions of purity and impurity.
Nuristani peopleKalashNorth-West Frontier ProvinceAfghanistan

Question 6: The Hebrew Bible has many rituals of purification relating to menstruation, ________, sexual relations, keri (nocturnal emission), unusual bodily fluids, skin disease, death, and animal sacrifices.
MiscarriageEctopic pregnancyChildbirthBreech birth

Question 7: Classical ritual immersion and associated requirements are generally not observed by Reform Judaism or Reconstructionist Judaism, with the exception that both generally include immersion as part of the ritual for ________, although Reform Judaism does not require it.
AntisemitismWho is a Jew?Christianity and JudaismConversion to Judaism

Question 8: Rather than being entirely naked, men usually wear Japanese loincloths and women wear ________, both additionally wearing headbands.
SilkSockJinbeiKimono

Question 9: The aim of these rituals is to remove specifically defined uncleanliness prior to a particular type of activity, and especially prior to the worship of a ________.
DeityGodMonotheismPantheism

Question 10: In Japanese Buddhism, a basin called a tsukubai is provided at ________ for ablutions.
Index of Buddhism-related articlesOutline of BuddhismKorean Buddhist templesList of Buddhist temples
















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