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Who was the first Cornish Baha'i and where in Cornwall did he live?
Daniel Jenkyn, St Ives
James Clemo, Redruth
Robert Trythall, St Austell
Which world famous Artist based in Cornwall, was greatly influenced by his Faith as a Baha'i?
Where is this building and why is it considered as a Holy spot by the Baha'i Community?
The Shrine of the Bab, who was the Forerunner to Baha'u'llah, the Prophet Founder of the Baha'i Faith
House of Worship in Uganda
The Baha'i Archives Building in Haifa, Israel
The flag of Cornwall is a white cross on a black background, whose cross is it?
There are many Celtic saints to whose name numerous Churches in Cornwall are dedicated, which King was said to be the
father of many of them?
Who is the Bishop of Truro?
What is the Hindu symbol below called?
Which Hindu Festival is known as “the Festival of Lights”?
Where do Hindus worship?
Who do Jews refer to as their father?
Where is the oldest Ashkenazi synagogue in the English speaking world?
What does the word “kosher” mean?
Who was the Buddha in his early life?
A holy man
A merchant / trader
The Three Pure Precepts are as follows: 1st to give up harmful actions, 2nd to take up virtuous actions. What is the Third Pure Precept of the Buddha?
To worship the Buddha
To train the mind
To believe in Buddha
When the Buddha was asked metaphysical questions regarding the Afterlife and the Creator, how did he respond?
Buddha invited his followers to go and contemplate this themselves
Buddha taught that we will be reborn until we are enlightened
Buddha kept noble silence and held up a flower
Muslims are encouraged to make a pilgrimage called the Haj to which city?
Mecca ‐ the place of Muhammad's birth
Jerusalem ‐ the place where Muhammad was transported during the night journey
Medina ‐ the place of Muhammad's tomb
The framework for the spiritual life within Islam is known as the Five what of Islam?
When praying Muslims will always face in the direction of the Ka’bah. In the UK this means they face...
A Pagan is...
A person who has no beliefs
A follower of a contemporary nature based religion
Someone who is not a follower of Judaism, Christianity or Islam
Pagans see the world as...
Created by a transcendent god who is elsewhere
Created by evolution
Divinely created and an all encompassing manifestation of divinity which is omni‐present
A small centrally controlled priesthood
No priesthood at all
A belief that everyone should be their own priest or priestess
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