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Hướng dẫn: Hãy nối những từ vựng bên cột trái với định nghĩa tương ứng bên cột phải.
|A. Something that represents something else
|B. confidence or trust in a person or thing that is not based on proof
|C. An Indian religion founded in the 15th century with principal beliefs of faith and justice
|D. the dominant religion of India consisting of the beliefs, customs and values based on the worship of many gods
|E. A religion practiced by Muslims as a faith regarded as revealed through Muhammad, the Prophet of Allah
|F. relating to an Asian religion that teaches that suffering is caused by desire and the suffering will cease when the desire ceases.
|G. Acknowledging belief in Jesus Christ or following the religion based on the life and teachings of Jesus Christ.
|H. An ancient religion of Japan to establish a connection of present dat Japan and ancient Japan
|I. Chinese philosophy developed from the teachings of the Chinese philosopher Confucius
|J. A process in which messages that have been communicated to a prophet are communicated to others
|K. Dedicated as holy; set apart as pertaining to deity
|L. Actions performed for symbolic value including traditions of a religious community
|M. An ancient Indian religion that practices non-violence toward all living things and teaches self-reliance
|M. A collection of beliefs and cultural systems that establish that relate humanity to spirituality.
|O. relating to a religion founded in Iran in 1863 emphasizing the spiritual unity of all humankind incorporating Islamic and Christian tenets
|P. The Jewish religion based on laws revealed to Moses and recorded in the Torah