Occasionally the meaning of words change. And it happens right before your eyes if you pay attention. For example, the word "terrorism" was defined as a tactic whereby non-government actors would target random civilians or public property without military or strategic value in an effort to instill fear in the general populace and get them to, out of fear of being the next victims, put pressure on leaders to change policy. But these days due to political reasons and ignorance the word has been deformed to mean: "violence perpetrated by someone I don't like."
Anyway, "The Bible" has been The Bible for a very long time. Nobody's confused about this.
And in many countries, it's known by this name.
Please don't answer that. The question is rhetorical. Also, Islam is a living religion practiced by over a billion people. The way it is practiced and understood by the majority is more relevant than the interpretations of isolated apologists attempting to fit the religion into a Western moral framework.
Either keep "Indian religions" in the question and also accept 'moksha' along with 'nirvana'.
Or change "Indian religions" to specifically Buddhism.
Moksha is essentially the Hindu word for the same concept as Nirvana in Buddhism so it should probably accept as well if you are asking about any Indian religions.
Thanks, and it was a good quiz!