Question 1. Religion as an independent discipline develops:
1) in the XX century.
2) in the XIX century.
3) to XVIII.
Question 2. Religion as a social subsystem is explored in the section:
1) philosophy of religion;
2) the phenomenology of religion;
3) sociology of religion.
Question 3. Psychology of Religion examines:
1) the inner world of the believer;
2) The meaning and significance of religious ideas;
3) multiple concrete manifestations of religion in history.
Question 4. Special theological concept is:
1) the soul;
2) the mind;
Question 5. The reasons of religious phenomena are studied by means of:
1) of the causal method;
2) the historical method;
3) phenomenological method.
Question 6. Special method of knowledge used in religious believers researcher, called:
Question 7. The most important criterion of religion, according to the theological approach is:
1) a clear interpretation of God or gods;
3) the division into clergy and laity.
Question 8. Consideration of religion primarily as the fruit of divine revelation is typical for:
1) supranaturalistic approach;
2) the "historical school";
3) pramonoteisticheskoy concept.
Question 9. The Thinker, believes that religion gives meaning and order of social action, contributes to social solidarity:
Question 10. The search for the origins of religion, especially in the inner world of man, characteristic of:
1) psychological treatments;
2) ethnological interpretations;
3) linguistic interpretations.
Question 11. The researcher who identifies in the spiritual history of mankind three stages - the magic, religion and science:
1) J. Fraser;
2) E. Taylor;
Question 12. M.Myuller is representative:
1) the sociological interpretations of religion;
2) mythological-linguistic interpretations of religion;
3) ethnological interpretations of religion.
Question 1. The Thinker, likens religion collective neurosis that protects the individual neurosis, creating the illusion of wish fulfillment:
2) L. Levy-Bruhl;
Question 2. Religion is compared to alcoholism and drug addiction:
1) representatives of the interactional approach;
2) representatives of the behavioral approach;
3) this interpretation has not been rigorous scientific explanation.
Question 3. The belief in a single creator God is called:
Question 4. monotheistic religions are:
1) Christianity, Shintoism, Islam;
2) Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Sikhism;
3) Buddhism, Christianity, Islam.
Question 5: "A minimum of religion," according to Dzh.Frezeru:
1) a belief in spiritual beings;
2) a belief in a special cosmic energy;
3) faith in the Supreme Mind.
Question 6. The Thinker, opposes religion and magic:
1) J. Fraser;
2) E. Taylor;
Question 7. The union of believers is opposed to his views of traditional religions:
1) the church;
Question 8. Missionary include:
1) to the cult activities;
2) to vnekultovoy activities;
3) to the cult practice.
Question 9. peculiar religious consciousness:
1) sensual clarity, imagery, emotion;
2) skepticism inconsistency installations;
3) abstract, the desire for logical validity.
Question 10. The result is a religious activity:
1) rejection of individuality and merging with deity;
2) meet the religious needs;
3) to achieve salvation.
Question 11. To the subjects of religious activities include:
1) various objects and forces, perceived as religious imagery;
2) The house of worship, religious art, religious objects;
3) The sacred books, clothes priests, prayer.
Question 12. The