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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. By 1492, the last Muslim stronghold in Spain had fallen to ____________.
(a) The Christian forces of Ferdinand and Isabella.
(b) The Christian forces of Constantine.
(c) The Christian forces of Pope John Paul.
(d) The Christian forces of Franz Ferdinand.
2. Now Europe split into two warring armies. Who were these warring groups?
(a) Jews and Muslims.
(b) Jews and Christians.
(c) Christians and Muslims.
(d) Protestants and Catholics.
3. The scientific work of Charles Darwin and the writings of Marx, Nietzsche, and Freud led to the conclusion that ____________.
(a) The traditional religions were correct.
(b) The traditional religions were completely inaccurate.
(c) The traditional religions were blasphemous.
(d) The traditional religions were now inadequate.
4. Implied in these modifications in the traditional religions and their concepts of God is the notion that ____________.
(a) The way forward might be in an ending of the concept of the deity.
(b) The way forward might be in a separation of the concept of the deity.
(c) The way forward might be in a unification of the concept of the deity.
(d) The way forward might be in conflicting ideas of the concept of the deity.
5. In other parts of the Muslim Empire, the Mongol invasion led to ____________.
(a) An end to the Muslim Empire.
(b) A resurgence of liberalism.
(c) A resurgence of conservatism.
(d) An end to conservatism.
Short Answer Questions
1. The principles of Kabbalism were enunciated in _____________, a text written in 1275 by the Spanish mystic Moses of Leon.
2. Was the idea of a personal God developed by all three of the monotheistic religions?
3. All three monotheistic religions were forced to develop ____________ traditions?
4. In Judaism, mysticism developed in the second and third centuries starting with ____________.
5. Muslim influence increased in scope as ____________ gained hold in Asia Minor.
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