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Republic of the Philippines
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Region I
Schools Division Office I Pangasinan
DISTRICT OF BUGALLON II
PORTIC INTEGRATED SCHOOL
INTRODUCTION OF WORLD RELIGIONS AND BELIEF SYSTEM
SECOND QUARTER EXAMINATION
GRADE 12
Name: ______________________________________ Score: _______________
Year & Section: ______________________________ Date: ________________
Direction: Read the following items carefully. Choose and write the letter of the correct answer on
the space provided before each number.
_____1. It is the world's third largest religion with around 15% of the entire population.
A. Hinduism B. Buddhism
C. Judaism D. Christianism
_____2. Hinduism was originally known as_________.
A. Arya Dharma B. Saul of Tarsus
C. Angelicanism D. Universal
_____3. In Hinduism, "that which is heard" means_________.
A. Vedas B. Rig-Veda
C. Yajur – Veda D. Shruti
_____4. The earliest known Sanskrit literature from the Brahminic period and oldest scriptures of
Hinduism is_________.
A. Vedas B. Rig-Veda
C. Yajur – Veda D. Shruti
_____5. The central figure in Buddhism is _________.
A. Siddhartha Gautama B. Prince Guttama
C. Alan Peto D. Bhikkhu Analayo
_____6. It is Buddha’s doctrinal discourses, short poems or long prose narratives, about Siddhartha’s
previous lives.
A. Sutta Pitaka B. Abhidhamma Pitaka
C. Digha Nikaya D. Vinaya Pitaka
_____7. These are rules of discipline, stories that illustrate Buddhist moral principles.
A. Sutta Pitaka B. Abhidhamma Pitaka
C. Digha Nikaya D. Vinaya Pitaka
_____8. Confucius is the Latin name of Kongzi or Kong Fuzi (honorific term) that both means
A. Master Kong B. Emphazised conflict
C. Mutual respect D. Kindness
_____9. What is Confucius’ Golden Rule?
A. Love others as you love yourself.
B. Hurt not others with what pains yourself.
C. Do not do to others what you do not want them to do to you.
D. Love God above all.
_____10. It is the most well-known Daoist religious symbol.
A. Cross B. Light
C. Dao De Jing D. Yin and Yang
_____11. It is another important scripture of Taoism consisting of delightful parables, metaphors, and
poetic passages, and is praised for its high literary value, which represents the most significant
formulation of early Daoist thought.
A. Dao De Jing B. Book of Chuang Tzu/Zuangzi
C. Yin and Yang D. The Dao
_____12. It is the most important texts in Shintoism.
A. Kojiki B. Nihongi
C. Nihon D. Shoki
_____13. It is the most common symbol for Shintoism.
A. Torii Gate B. Yayoi
C. Hatsumiyamairi D. Ebisu
_____14. This religion shares with Daoism the belief that the natural state of existence should be
maintained.
A. Shintoism B. Buddhism
C. Confucianism D. Daoism
_____15. The following statement explains Theravada Buddhism except
A. The central figure in Buddhism is Siddhartha Gautama, also known as the Buddha.
B. It is Siddhartha Gautama’s experience of enlightenment around 2,500 years ago, or around 500
B.C.E.
C. The balance of nature, the universe, or the natural energy or life force can sustain living beings.
D. It primarily focuses on ethics and self-understanding as people work for their salvation on their
own without needing the assistance of any supreme being.
_____16. How is one’s salvation attained in Buddhism?
A. Through understanding the ways things really are according to Buddha’s Dharma
B. Through worshipping Buddha
C. Through doing what others do to you
D. Through following the celebrations in countries in East Asia that was influenced by Buddha
_____17. What is the effect of Mahayana Buddhism to everyone?
A. Mahayana Buddhism teaches us about the importance of purity.
B. Mahayana Buddhism encourages everyone to pursue the path of a Bodhisattva, assume their vows,
and work for the absolute enlightenment of all living beings..
C. Mahayana Buddhism reflects as an instrument for us. It tells us to be strong and to be smart in any
problems we may encounter in the future.
D. Mahayana Buddhism teaches us the importance of women in our society
_____18. Compare and contrast Mahayana and Theravada Buddhism.
A. Theravada Buddhism is the monastic way of life ensures the path toward enlightenment, they must
be reborn as monks for them to be eligible for enlightenment while Mahayana Buddhism offers
enlightenment to anyone not only for the members of the monastic order, but also for those with
families and secular careers.
B. Theravada Buddhism moral thoughts and actions are principally guided by the “Four Noble
Truths” formulated by the Buddha, along with the basic guide called the “Eightfold Paths” that are
divided into three categories, namely, right view, right conduct, and right practice while Mahayana
Buddhism teachings focus on the balance of nature or universe.
C. Theravada Buddhism moral thoughts and actions are principally guided by the “Four Noble
Truths” formulated by the Buddha while Mahayana Buddhism moral thoughts and actions are
principally guided by the “Eightfold Paths” that are divided into three categories, namely, right view,
right conduct, and right practice.
D. Theravada Buddhism and Mahayana Buddhism are the same.
_____19. Which of the following shows commonalities among the two Buddhist sects, the Theravada
and Mahayana Buddhism?
A. Both Theravada and Mahayana originated from East Asia.
B. Both Theravada and Mahayana schools of tradition owe fundamental teachings to Buddha whose
life has become an inspiration to millions of followers all over the world.
C. Both Theravada and Mahayana devote much attention to the bodhisattvas, or "enlightened beings"
who delay their own enlightenment for them to benevolently aid other beings to reach their ultimate
end.
D. Both Theravada and Mahayana train on the development of ethical conduct, meditation, and
insight. They assist in eradicating all forms of evil in order to acquire goodness and purity of mind.
_____20. Why is it said that Confucian logic would give priority to defense of social duties over
environmental protection?
A. Because Confucius allowed logging
B. Because Confucius was not an advocate of recycling
C. Because Confucius showed less concern and care for the animals and nature
D. Because Confucius didn’t give any teachings on how to protect the environment
_____21. What is the impact of Confucius’ love of learning?
A. Learning is the highest virtue in Confucian doctrine.
B. Teachers’day celebration in Taiwan is on Confucius’ birthday.
C. Belief in Tian as analogous to moral order but dependent upon human intervention to bring its will
into action.
D. Belief that family relations provide a model for social behavior.
_____22. How can you apply the Daoist practice of alchemical experiments that made lasting
contributions in various fields such as chemistry, medicine, and pharmacology?
A. In breathing technique
B. In practicing meditation
C. In Jiao Festival
D. In using of potion
23. How do the believers in Shinto practice their religion?
A. They pray at small altars in their homes.
B. They attend church once a week.
C. They must pilgrimage to Mecca.
D. They must pilgrimage to Mecca.
_____24. Which of the following statements best explains the similarities between Confucianism,
Daoism, and Shintoism?
A. Confucianism, Daoism, and Shintoism clearly share common threads that make them classified as
Daoic religions.
B. Confucianism, Daoism, and Shintoism state the importance of returning to the natural state of
purity to become a better person and fathom one’s destiny, thereby promoting order in society.
C. Confucianism, Daoism, and Shintoism encourage people to live by leaving everything to the
universe and not taking any action at all.
D. Confucianism, Daoism, and Shintoism Self-cultivation should be the goal of everyone, thus the
focus should be on the inner sphere of cultivation of oneself, for what happens inside reflects what
happens outside.
_____25. What is the uniqueness of Confucianism among other Daoic religions?
A. Confucianism advocates the idea that every person has a destiny to follow and a mission to fulfill,
which will make one’s life worthwhile.
B. Confucianism initially started with a high regard for women.
C. In Confucianism, the concept of morality is based on loyalty to one’s superiors and elders, respect
for others.
D. Confucianism states the importance of returning to the natural state of purity to become a better
person and fathom one’s destiny, thereby promoting order in society.
_____26. Christian Fundamentalism is a
A. Protestant movement that emphasizes the work of the holy spirit
B. Protestant movement that grew up in response to issues of liberalism and modernity
C. Catholic movement that focuses on methodical study of the bible
D. Catholic counter revolution that reasserts the infallibility of the papacy
_____27. Which of the three orientations of religion seeks union with a reality that is greater than oneself?
A. Apocalyptic B. Prophetic
C. Mystical D. Communal
____28. Traditional indigenous religions in africa tend to view the supernatural as a
A. Omnipotent god supplemented and served by lesser spirits including ancestors and animal spirits, including
ancestors and animal spirits
B. Impersonal and unrelated set of natural forces
C. Omnipotent god whom people worship and ask for help
D. Patheon of gods who share seperate but roughly equal powers
____29. Taoism today currently has about 20 million followers and is centered in
A. Tibet B. Korea
C. Taiwan D. Chinas Hunan province
____30. What is the term for letters written in the new testament for the purpose of instruction,
encouragement, and practical advice?
A. Gospels B. Acts
C. Parables D. Epistles
____31. Which of the following beliefs is shared by Sikhs and Hindus?
A. The castle system
B. Polytheism
C. Reincarnation
D. Living gurus whose ancestry dates back to founders
____32. The purpose of the puritian jeremiad was to
A. Instill values of hard work honesty and good citizenship
B. Set a tone of guilt and the need for repentence
C. Seperate the elect from the masses for the future final judgement
D. Celebrate the living mystery of god
____33. Animistic beliefs include the idea that
A. No clear boundaries exsist between the natural and the supernatural
B. Nature is superior to the supernatural
C. Animals once existed as human beings
D. There is one creator who intervenes in both the natural and supernatural
____34. The vedas are believed to have come to ancient members of the priestly class directly from
A. Brahman B. Indra C. Agni D. Vishnu
____35. The jewish community during the roman period who retreated to the wilderness in response to
apocalyptic visions were the
A. Sadducees B. Essenes C. Pharisees D. Zealots
____36. The christianization of the roman empire resulted in each of the following except
A. Several books added to the new testament
B. A new emphasis on the final destiny of the individual rather than of the universe itself
C. The appointment of christians to high ranking official public postions
D. The governments return of confiscated church property
____37. In addition to the quran muslims often look to the hadiths for rules of daily life. the hadiths are best
described as
A. Rulings of muhammads sucessors
B. Recollections people have had of muhammads words and deeds
C. The sayings of muhammads wife, khadijah
D. Natural laws
____38. Which of the following was a nineteenth century movement that promoted the idea of emotion or
intuition as opposed to reason as the source of human understanding?
A. Revivalism B. Enlightment C. Mysticism D. Romanticism
____39. In many primal religions a common symbol signifying the center of the universe
A. Egg B. Mandala C. Tree of life D. Heart
_____40. Which of the following words is an acronym for the three major divisions of the hebrew bible?
A. Pentateuch B. Kethuvim C. Tanakh D. Torah
_____41. Among followers of the bahai faith the nine doors and central dome of a house of worship
symbolize the
A. Multiple pathways to god B. Diversity and unity of human kind
C. Sacraments D. Ten great manifestations of god
_____42. Which of the following is not one of hinduisms darshana scriptures?
A. Brahma sutra B. Yoga sutra C. Nyaya sutra D. Kama sutra
_____43. The savior figure in the hindu religion is
A. Vishnu B. Brahma C. Shiva D. Krishna
_____44. Which of the following is a branch of japenese zen buddhism that has the enlightenment as a
gradual process?
A. Jodo shinsu B. Soto C. Nishi Hongwanji D. Rinzai
____45. Historically the most significant outside influence on hinduism came from
A. China B. Britain C. Germany D. Mongolia
____46. Which of the following is alternative religions emphasizes and celebrates the femine aspect of the
devine?
A. Wicca B. Rastrafarianism C. Baha'I D. Druidism
____47. For each of the new testament gospel writers the central concern of the text is?
A. Jesus's fulfillment of hebrew prophecies
B. Palestines suffering under the rule of rome
C. The suffering and death of jesus
D. The parables and other teachings of jesus
____48. The authorized talmud that is considered to be the dominant version in jewish theology and law is
the
A. Babylonian B. Roman C. Jerusalem D. Assyrian
____49. The second century belief of some christians that the three persons of the trinity are
merely different modes or aspects of god rather than three distinct persons is known as
A. Gnosticism B. Sabellianism C. Niceaism D. Anomoeanism
___50. The cornerstone of confucian ethics is _____ a supreme virtue representing human qualities at their
best.
A. Xin B. Hsiao C. Jen D. Li
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Subject Teacher
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  • 1. Republic of the Philippines DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Region I Schools Division Office I Pangasinan DISTRICT OF BUGALLON II PORTIC INTEGRATED SCHOOL INTRODUCTION OF WORLD RELIGIONS AND BELIEF SYSTEM SECOND QUARTER EXAMINATION GRADE 12 Name: ______________________________________ Score: _______________ Year & Section: ______________________________ Date: ________________ Direction: Read the following items carefully. Choose and write the letter of the correct answer on the space provided before each number. _____1. It is the world's third largest religion with around 15% of the entire population. A. Hinduism B. Buddhism C. Judaism D. Christianism _____2. Hinduism was originally known as_________. A. Arya Dharma B. Saul of Tarsus C. Angelicanism D. Universal _____3. In Hinduism, "that which is heard" means_________. A. Vedas B. Rig-Veda C. Yajur – Veda D. Shruti _____4. The earliest known Sanskrit literature from the Brahminic period and oldest scriptures of Hinduism is_________. A. Vedas B. Rig-Veda C. Yajur – Veda D. Shruti _____5. The central figure in Buddhism is _________. A. Siddhartha Gautama B. Prince Guttama C. Alan Peto D. Bhikkhu Analayo _____6. It is Buddha’s doctrinal discourses, short poems or long prose narratives, about Siddhartha’s previous lives. A. Sutta Pitaka B. Abhidhamma Pitaka C. Digha Nikaya D. Vinaya Pitaka _____7. These are rules of discipline, stories that illustrate Buddhist moral principles. A. Sutta Pitaka B. Abhidhamma Pitaka C. Digha Nikaya D. Vinaya Pitaka _____8. Confucius is the Latin name of Kongzi or Kong Fuzi (honorific term) that both means A. Master Kong B. Emphazised conflict C. Mutual respect D. Kindness _____9. What is Confucius’ Golden Rule? A. Love others as you love yourself. B. Hurt not others with what pains yourself. C. Do not do to others what you do not want them to do to you. D. Love God above all. _____10. It is the most well-known Daoist religious symbol. A. Cross B. Light C. Dao De Jing D. Yin and Yang _____11. It is another important scripture of Taoism consisting of delightful parables, metaphors, and poetic passages, and is praised for its high literary value, which represents the most significant formulation of early Daoist thought. A. Dao De Jing B. Book of Chuang Tzu/Zuangzi C. Yin and Yang D. The Dao _____12. It is the most important texts in Shintoism. A. Kojiki B. Nihongi C. Nihon D. Shoki _____13. It is the most common symbol for Shintoism. A. Torii Gate B. Yayoi C. Hatsumiyamairi D. Ebisu _____14. This religion shares with Daoism the belief that the natural state of existence should be maintained. A. Shintoism B. Buddhism
  • 2. C. Confucianism D. Daoism _____15. The following statement explains Theravada Buddhism except A. The central figure in Buddhism is Siddhartha Gautama, also known as the Buddha. B. It is Siddhartha Gautama’s experience of enlightenment around 2,500 years ago, or around 500 B.C.E. C. The balance of nature, the universe, or the natural energy or life force can sustain living beings. D. It primarily focuses on ethics and self-understanding as people work for their salvation on their own without needing the assistance of any supreme being. _____16. How is one’s salvation attained in Buddhism? A. Through understanding the ways things really are according to Buddha’s Dharma B. Through worshipping Buddha C. Through doing what others do to you D. Through following the celebrations in countries in East Asia that was influenced by Buddha _____17. What is the effect of Mahayana Buddhism to everyone? A. Mahayana Buddhism teaches us about the importance of purity. B. Mahayana Buddhism encourages everyone to pursue the path of a Bodhisattva, assume their vows, and work for the absolute enlightenment of all living beings.. C. Mahayana Buddhism reflects as an instrument for us. It tells us to be strong and to be smart in any problems we may encounter in the future. D. Mahayana Buddhism teaches us the importance of women in our society _____18. Compare and contrast Mahayana and Theravada Buddhism. A. Theravada Buddhism is the monastic way of life ensures the path toward enlightenment, they must be reborn as monks for them to be eligible for enlightenment while Mahayana Buddhism offers enlightenment to anyone not only for the members of the monastic order, but also for those with families and secular careers. B. Theravada Buddhism moral thoughts and actions are principally guided by the “Four Noble Truths” formulated by the Buddha, along with the basic guide called the “Eightfold Paths” that are divided into three categories, namely, right view, right conduct, and right practice while Mahayana Buddhism teachings focus on the balance of nature or universe. C. Theravada Buddhism moral thoughts and actions are principally guided by the “Four Noble Truths” formulated by the Buddha while Mahayana Buddhism moral thoughts and actions are principally guided by the “Eightfold Paths” that are divided into three categories, namely, right view, right conduct, and right practice. D. Theravada Buddhism and Mahayana Buddhism are the same. _____19. Which of the following shows commonalities among the two Buddhist sects, the Theravada and Mahayana Buddhism? A. Both Theravada and Mahayana originated from East Asia. B. Both Theravada and Mahayana schools of tradition owe fundamental teachings to Buddha whose life has become an inspiration to millions of followers all over the world. C. Both Theravada and Mahayana devote much attention to the bodhisattvas, or "enlightened beings" who delay their own enlightenment for them to benevolently aid other beings to reach their ultimate end. D. Both Theravada and Mahayana train on the development of ethical conduct, meditation, and insight. They assist in eradicating all forms of evil in order to acquire goodness and purity of mind. _____20. Why is it said that Confucian logic would give priority to defense of social duties over environmental protection? A. Because Confucius allowed logging B. Because Confucius was not an advocate of recycling C. Because Confucius showed less concern and care for the animals and nature D. Because Confucius didn’t give any teachings on how to protect the environment _____21. What is the impact of Confucius’ love of learning? A. Learning is the highest virtue in Confucian doctrine. B. Teachers’day celebration in Taiwan is on Confucius’ birthday. C. Belief in Tian as analogous to moral order but dependent upon human intervention to bring its will into action. D. Belief that family relations provide a model for social behavior. _____22. How can you apply the Daoist practice of alchemical experiments that made lasting contributions in various fields such as chemistry, medicine, and pharmacology? A. In breathing technique B. In practicing meditation C. In Jiao Festival D. In using of potion 23. How do the believers in Shinto practice their religion? A. They pray at small altars in their homes. B. They attend church once a week. C. They must pilgrimage to Mecca. D. They must pilgrimage to Mecca. _____24. Which of the following statements best explains the similarities between Confucianism,
  • 3. Daoism, and Shintoism? A. Confucianism, Daoism, and Shintoism clearly share common threads that make them classified as Daoic religions. B. Confucianism, Daoism, and Shintoism state the importance of returning to the natural state of purity to become a better person and fathom one’s destiny, thereby promoting order in society. C. Confucianism, Daoism, and Shintoism encourage people to live by leaving everything to the universe and not taking any action at all. D. Confucianism, Daoism, and Shintoism Self-cultivation should be the goal of everyone, thus the focus should be on the inner sphere of cultivation of oneself, for what happens inside reflects what happens outside. _____25. What is the uniqueness of Confucianism among other Daoic religions? A. Confucianism advocates the idea that every person has a destiny to follow and a mission to fulfill, which will make one’s life worthwhile. B. Confucianism initially started with a high regard for women. C. In Confucianism, the concept of morality is based on loyalty to one’s superiors and elders, respect for others. D. Confucianism states the importance of returning to the natural state of purity to become a better person and fathom one’s destiny, thereby promoting order in society. _____26. Christian Fundamentalism is a A. Protestant movement that emphasizes the work of the holy spirit B. Protestant movement that grew up in response to issues of liberalism and modernity C. Catholic movement that focuses on methodical study of the bible D. Catholic counter revolution that reasserts the infallibility of the papacy _____27. Which of the three orientations of religion seeks union with a reality that is greater than oneself? A. Apocalyptic B. Prophetic C. Mystical D. Communal ____28. Traditional indigenous religions in africa tend to view the supernatural as a A. Omnipotent god supplemented and served by lesser spirits including ancestors and animal spirits, including ancestors and animal spirits B. Impersonal and unrelated set of natural forces C. Omnipotent god whom people worship and ask for help D. Patheon of gods who share seperate but roughly equal powers ____29. Taoism today currently has about 20 million followers and is centered in A. Tibet B. Korea C. Taiwan D. Chinas Hunan province ____30. What is the term for letters written in the new testament for the purpose of instruction, encouragement, and practical advice? A. Gospels B. Acts C. Parables D. Epistles ____31. Which of the following beliefs is shared by Sikhs and Hindus? A. The castle system B. Polytheism C. Reincarnation D. Living gurus whose ancestry dates back to founders ____32. The purpose of the puritian jeremiad was to A. Instill values of hard work honesty and good citizenship B. Set a tone of guilt and the need for repentence C. Seperate the elect from the masses for the future final judgement D. Celebrate the living mystery of god ____33. Animistic beliefs include the idea that A. No clear boundaries exsist between the natural and the supernatural B. Nature is superior to the supernatural C. Animals once existed as human beings D. There is one creator who intervenes in both the natural and supernatural ____34. The vedas are believed to have come to ancient members of the priestly class directly from A. Brahman B. Indra C. Agni D. Vishnu ____35. The jewish community during the roman period who retreated to the wilderness in response to apocalyptic visions were the A. Sadducees B. Essenes C. Pharisees D. Zealots ____36. The christianization of the roman empire resulted in each of the following except A. Several books added to the new testament
  • 4. B. A new emphasis on the final destiny of the individual rather than of the universe itself C. The appointment of christians to high ranking official public postions D. The governments return of confiscated church property ____37. In addition to the quran muslims often look to the hadiths for rules of daily life. the hadiths are best described as A. Rulings of muhammads sucessors B. Recollections people have had of muhammads words and deeds C. The sayings of muhammads wife, khadijah D. Natural laws ____38. Which of the following was a nineteenth century movement that promoted the idea of emotion or intuition as opposed to reason as the source of human understanding? A. Revivalism B. Enlightment C. Mysticism D. Romanticism ____39. In many primal religions a common symbol signifying the center of the universe A. Egg B. Mandala C. Tree of life D. Heart _____40. Which of the following words is an acronym for the three major divisions of the hebrew bible? A. Pentateuch B. Kethuvim C. Tanakh D. Torah _____41. Among followers of the bahai faith the nine doors and central dome of a house of worship symbolize the A. Multiple pathways to god B. Diversity and unity of human kind C. Sacraments D. Ten great manifestations of god _____42. Which of the following is not one of hinduisms darshana scriptures? A. Brahma sutra B. Yoga sutra C. Nyaya sutra D. Kama sutra _____43. The savior figure in the hindu religion is A. Vishnu B. Brahma C. Shiva D. Krishna _____44. Which of the following is a branch of japenese zen buddhism that has the enlightenment as a gradual process? A. Jodo shinsu B. Soto C. Nishi Hongwanji D. Rinzai ____45. Historically the most significant outside influence on hinduism came from A. China B. Britain C. Germany D. Mongolia ____46. Which of the following is alternative religions emphasizes and celebrates the femine aspect of the devine? A. Wicca B. Rastrafarianism C. Baha'I D. Druidism ____47. For each of the new testament gospel writers the central concern of the text is? A. Jesus's fulfillment of hebrew prophecies B. Palestines suffering under the rule of rome C. The suffering and death of jesus D. The parables and other teachings of jesus ____48. The authorized talmud that is considered to be the dominant version in jewish theology and law is the A. Babylonian B. Roman C. Jerusalem D. Assyrian ____49. The second century belief of some christians that the three persons of the trinity are merely different modes or aspects of god rather than three distinct persons is known as A. Gnosticism B. Sabellianism C. Niceaism D. Anomoeanism ___50. The cornerstone of confucian ethics is _____ a supreme virtue representing human qualities at their best. A. Xin B. Hsiao C. Jen D. Li Prepared by: JEREMIAH V. MACARAEG Subject Teacher Checked by: JEREMIAH V. MACARAEG Validated by: OIC-HT-1 MILDRED A. SARMIENTO Teacher III Approved by: ARLENE V. UNTALAN, EdD HEIDE F. RIPARIP Principal II Teacher III