Absolutists These individuals stick to their beliefs despite the changing world around them and do not change their beliefs to cater to the changing world. Incarnations Incarnations are believed to happen when something normally unseen such as a divine being show itself through a visual and material form.
Heretic These people are viewed by the strict religious people as taking unacceptable views about their religion. Fundamentalism These people incorporate cultural traditions and old world belief into their religion even if there is no religious basis for it.
Kensho Kensho is a name for an awakening or enlightenment. Monistic Is the belief that everything in created in the consciousness, and consciousness comes before everything else. Agnosticism Is basically the belief that if there is a divine being we would be unable to comprehend it or that one is simply unsure of whether they believe in the divine or not.
Monotheistic Monotheistic is when one worships an believes that there is only one divine being 5. Liberal This is where a religious person docent take everything regarding their faith as literal.
Transcendent Transcendent is believing that things are present outside our material world, such as having faith that there is a god. Mysticism Mysticism is when one, through intuitive abilities comes to there on conclusion about religion or the divine.
Myths Myths are used by religions to explain their belief and how things came to be. Atheism This is the belief that there are no creators and that we are here because or scientifically explainable methods.
Orthodox A religious person who is orthodox strictly follows the rules and beliefs of their religion without deviation. Theistic These are religions that are based on the belief that one can have a relationship with a divine being.
Routinization of charisma This is what happen as religion becomes organized and spread. Religion Is the belief in a god, gods, the divine or the supernatural, and that these forces dictate the events of our existence.
Rituals These are worship methods that are repeated over and over again rather than spontaneously. Polytheistic Is the belief that there is more than one god or divine beings or things.
Profane Profane is used to describe the regular everyday occurrences of life, which seem unimportant. Sacred This is a force that is connected to the divine that is seen as extraordinary and purposeful.
It loses its basic principles in the process of preserving tradition. Charisma This is an individual attitude or presence of a person, charisma is used to define a spiritual leader.
They may believe that things have changed with time and so they see things more metaphorically. Phenomenology A method of studying religion, by putting into materialistic terms, and by way of human consciousness rather than the divine. Symbols Material or worldly images that are used to represent things that are divine.
Nontheistic Notheistic is the belief that things are the way they are and that no divine being created the here and now. HUM/ Appendix C - Week 1 Vocabulary Quiz 1. Immanent - In the study of comparative religion, immanent is to experience sacred reality as present in the world.
Immanent - In the study of comparative religion, immanent is to experience sacred reality as present in the world.
Axia College Material Appendix C HUM Week 1 Vocabulary Quiz | Define these terms in your own words. | 1. Immanent| Immanent is what we can experience in the world we live in.
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0Axia College Material Appendix C HUM Week 1 Vocabulary Quiz Define these terms in your own words. 1. Immanent To experience something like it is present in this world. 2. Religion A specific fundamental set of beliefs and practices generally agreed upon by a number of persons or sects.
3. Theistic Religions based on one’s relationship to the Divine Being.Hum130 week1 vocabulary quiz