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Spirituality: Quiz


Question 1: Traditionally, religions have regarded spirituality as an integral aspect of ________.
Religious experienceMysticismTranceSoul

Question 2: Many techniques and practices developed and explored in religious contexts, such as ________, are immensely valuable in themselves as skills for managing aspects of the inner life.

Question 3: The spread of the ideas of ________ began to diminish the role of religion in society and in popular thought.
ModernismModern historySociologyModernity

Question 4: Authors such as ________ and Shirley MacLaine explored it in numerous ways in their books.
CaliforniaSubtle bodyUnited StatesChris Griscom

Question 5: It overlaps with disciplines such as theology, religious studies, anthropology, sociology, psychology, parapsychology, pneumatology, monadology, logic (if involving a spiritual ________) and esotericism.
LogosDemiurgeChristian apologeticsTrinity

Question 6: In a similar vein, ________ has a spiritual attitude towards the awe, majesty and mystery it sees in the natural world.
Secular humanismAgnosticismAtheismReligious naturalism

Question 7: Plato's ________, which appears in book VII of The Republic, is a description of such a journey, as are the writings of Teresa of Avila.
Gorgias (dialogue)SpeusippusSocratesAllegory of the Cave

Question 8: Spirituality has been studied in ________ and defined as the search for "the sacred," where "the sacred" is broadly defined as that which is set apart from the ordinary and worthy of veneration.
Positive psychologyClinical psychologyEmotionEducational psychology

Question 9: The distinction between the spiritual and the religious became more common in the popular mind during the late 20th century with the rise of secularism and the advent of the ________ movement.
SoulReligionRelationship between religion and scienceNew Age

Question 10: Schmidt sees ________ (1803–1882) as a pioneer of the idea of spirituality as a distinct field.
TranscendentalismRalph Waldo EmersonHenry David ThoreauNew England

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