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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who was the German philosopher who propounded the liberal ideas of the Enlightenment and paved the way for Judaism to enter the arena of modern Europe?
(a) Baruch Spinoza.
(b) Oskar Schindler.
(c) Max Bruch.
(d) Moses Mendolssohn.
2. How did the teachings of the Northern European mystics affect the religious establishment?
(a) It excited them.
(b) It angered them.
(c) It shocked them.
(d) It scared them.
3. What question is asked but not answered at the end of this book?
(a) What religion is the best.
(b) Who God is.
(c) The form that this inherent trait of humankind will take.
(d) What will happen if fundamentalism continues.
4. The original intention of the Zionists was to do ____________.
(a) Cause chaos among the people of Israel.
(b) Provide a spiritual center for the focus of the people of Israel.
(c) Intimidate the Christians.
(d) Found a Jewish state.
5. In 1492, what happened when 150,000 Jews refused baptism?
(a) They were exterminated.
(b) They were expelled from Spain.
(c) They were worshiped.
(d) They were imprisoned in Spain.
Short Answer Questions
1. In _________, a group of Jews, called Zionists, fled from Russia and settled in Palestine.
2. These practices emphasized the internal journey to experience the Deity and preached the principle that ____________.
3. Advances in Western science led to ____________.
4. What is an inherent danger in a personal God?
5. Western secularism and the rising dominance of industrialized European countries had a profound effect on ____________.
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