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Women as theological figures: Quiz

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Question 1: ________, the 19th Jain Tirthankar; she was female according to Svetambara Jains, male according to Digambara Jains.
MallinathAjitnathAnantnathAbhinandannath

Question 2: Ann Wardley—contributed to the development of the ________
Huguenot18th centuryUnited StatesShakers

Question 3: ________— theologian, mystic, wrote much music (there being some recordings)
Albertus MagnusFrancis de SalesHildegard of BingenPope John Paul II

Question 4: ________ aka Antoinette Roberson Varner
H. W. L. PoonjaGangajiRamana MaharshiSelf-enquiry

Question 5: Hannah Whitall Smith—prominent leader in the ________
ChristianityHoliness movementChristian heresyRestorationism (Christian primitivism)

Question 6: Mother ________—leader of the Shakers in America
Colonie, New YorkAnn LeeAlbany County, New YorkAlbany, New York

Question 7: ________ - probably mythical figure.
Pope JoanPope ZacharyPope Sixtus IVPope Paschal II

Question 8: One of the ________ Eight Immortals, Ho Hsien-ku, is a woman.
PantheismTaoismEast Asian religionsBuddhism

Question 9: Recognition of the feminine aspect of ________ during the last century by Tantric and Shakti religious leaders, has led to the legitimization of the female teachers and female gurus in Hinduism.
NontheismTheologyPantheismGod

Question 10: Helen Schucman who claimed to have scribed ________
Marianne WilliamsonRobert Thompson PerryA Course in MiraclesA Return to Love







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