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  • Religious Education
    • Buddhism
      • Budhism Teachings
        • Four sights
          • -Sickness-Old age-Monk-Death
        • The four noble truths
          • -Dukkha-Samud?ya-Nirodha-Magga
        • The Noble Eightfold Path
          • - Right Speech-RIght Action-Right View-Right Intention -Right Livilhood-Right Effort-Right Concentraion-Right Mindfulness
        • The five Precept
          • Do not Harm, Do not steal, Do not take part in sexual misconduct, Do not lie, Do not intoxicate with substances
        • Three Poisons
          • Greed, Ignorance and hatrid
        • The five skandhas
          • -Form-Feeling-Consiousness-Perception-Sensation
        • Six Perfections
          • -Generosity-Morality-Patience-Energy-Meditation-wisdom
        • Three Jewels of Refuge
          • Dhamma Sanga Buddha
        • Three Marks of existence
          • Dukkha, Anatta, Anitta
    • Crime and Punishment
      • Aims of Punishment
        • Deterrence
        • Protection
        • Reformation
        • Retribution
        • Reparation
        • vindication
      • Reasons for commintng a crime
        • poverty
        • Mental health
        • Hatrid
        • Greed
        • opposition to unjust war
        • Upbringing
      • Types of punishment
        • Corpral Punishment
        • Capital Punishment
        • Prison
        • Fines
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    • Religion and Life
      • Abortion
        • Alternatives to abortion
          • Adoption
          • contraception
          • practical support
          • councelling
          • Sexual Abstinence
        • For abortion
          • A woman has the right to choose whether or not she wants to have the baby. It is her body.
          • In the case of ****, it would be lacking in compassion to deny a woman the right to an abortion.
          • The woman might be too young, or have work or family commitments which make bringing up a child difficult or impossible for her.
        • Against Abortion
          • Roman Catholics believe that life begins at conception and therefore abortion is morally wrong. Most Protestant churches in Britain also view abortion as a moral wrong, but concede that there are some limited conditions when it can be allowed.  
          • Every human being, including an embryo or fetus, has the right to live and to reach their potential.
          • There are alternatives to abortion, eg adoption.
          • The unborn child is denied choice.
          • Abortion destroys human life and makes life appear cheap and disposable. This affects the quality and value of life.
          • People born with disabilities can live full and happy lives
      • Euthanasia
        • Laws
          • illegal in the UK
        • Types of euthanasia
          • passive euthanasia
          • active euthanasia
          • non-volantary euthanasia
          • volantary euthanasia
          • involantary euthanasia
          • Assisted suicide
        • alternatives to Euthanasia
          • hospice to look after the sick
          • Refusing treatment
    • Relationship and Families
      • Types of families
        • Nuclear Family
        • Extended Family
        • Reconstituted Familiy
        • Single Parent Family
        • Same Sex Family
      • Contraception
        • The pill
        • Condom
        • Abstence
        • Diaphram
        • IVF
        • Implant
        • Religion and Life
          • Abortion
            • Alternatives to abortion
              • Adoption
              • contraception
              • practical support
              • councelling
              • Sexual Abstinence
            • For abortion
              • A woman has the right to choose whether or not she wants to have the baby. It is her body.
              • In the case of ****, it would be lacking in compassion to deny a woman the right to an abortion.
              • The woman might be too young, or have work or family commitments which make bringing up a child difficult or impossible for her.
            • Against Abortion
              • Roman Catholics believe that life begins at conception and therefore abortion is morally wrong. Most Protestant churches in Britain also view abortion as a moral wrong, but concede that there are some limited conditions when it can be allowed.  
              • Every human being, including an embryo or fetus, has the right to live and to reach their potential.
              • There are alternatives to abortion, eg adoption.
              • The unborn child is denied choice.
              • Abortion destroys human life and makes life appear cheap and disposable. This affects the quality and value of life.
              • People born with disabilities can live full and happy lives
          • Euthanasia
            • Laws
              • illegal in the UK
            • Types of euthanasia
              • passive euthanasia
              • active euthanasia
              • non-volantary euthanasia
              • volantary euthanasia
              • involantary euthanasia
              • Assisted suicide
            • alternatives to Euthanasia
              • hospice to look after the sick
              • Refusing treatment
      • Sexualities
        • Homosexual
          • attraction of someone of the same sex
        • Heterosexual
          • Attraction of someone of the opposite sex
      • Reasons for Divorce
        • Seperation for 5 years
        • Adultery
        • Lack of sexual communication
    • Peace and Conflict
      • causes of conflict
        • attack or invade another state, to gain territory or resources
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        • resist such an attack or invasion by an aggressor
        • protect another state from attack by an aggressor
        • defend the national honour when under threat
        • impose domination or political change on another state, or to resist such domination
        • challenge a threat to 'essential national interests' by another state
        • counter perceived threats from a different ideology, religion or ethnic group
      • just war theory
        • conditions of just war
          • the war must have a just cause - eg against invasion, or for self-defence - and not to acquire wealth or power.
          • The war must be declared and controlled by a proper authority, eg the state or ruler.
        • The war must be fought to promote good or avoid evil, with the aim of restoring peace and justice after the war is over.
        • The war must be a last resort when all peaceful solutions have been tried and failed, eg negotiation.
        • The war should be fought with 'proportionality', with just enough force to achieve victory and only against legitimate targets, ie civilians should be protected.
        • The good which is achieved by the war must be greater than the evil which led to the war.
    • Christianity
      • Chistian Teachings
        • Sancity of life
          • All life is sacred no matter what
        • Ten commandments
          • Thou shall not steal
          • Thou shall not kill
          • Thou shall honour thy mother and thy father
          • Thou shall not lie
          • Thou shall have no other God before me
          • Thou shall not take the Lord's name in vain
          • Remember to keep holy the Lord's day
          • Thou shall not commit adultery
        • Golden rule
          • Love thy neighbour as thy self
        • Lord's prayer
          • Our Father who art in Heaven, hollowed thy by name, thy kingdom come, thy will be done, on Earth as it is in Heaven, give us this day our daily bread and forgive us our trespasses as we forgive those who trespass against us and lead us not into temptation but deliver us from evil, for thine is the kingdom, power and glory forever and ever, Amen.

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