Chapter I, Point of Departure, | Chapter II, Hinduism, | Chapter II, Hinduism, What People Want,
1. What Huston Smith says the book is not.
(a) A book to give a specific descriptions of world religions
(b) A balanced account of the subjects of the book
(c) A book on comparative religions
(d) A guide to base values of significant religions
2. The two men Huston Smith regards as having the greatest impact on the world as we know it today.
(a) J. P. Morgan and Albert Einstein
(b) Robert Oppenheimer and Mahatma Gandhi
(c) Jesus and Confucious
(d) Napoleon and Joseph Stalin
3. According to Hinduism, what are the two receptors that control the lives of humans?
(a) Those of ignorance and education
(b) Those of spiritual and material matters
(c) Those of suffering and vocation
(d) Those of pleasure and pain
4. Under what condition does Hinduism allow for self-gratification of the senses?
(a) So long as it benefits society
(b) So long as it is only for spiritual growth
(c) So long as it does not harm others
(d) So long as it does not last long
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