Religious Attitudes To Drugs

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  • Religious Attitudes Towards Drugs
    • Religion
      • Religious teachings disagree with the use of drugs
      • "All Life Is Sacred" If life is holy then we are not honouring life by taking drugs
      • Most Christians drink Alcohol.
        • Part of the Eucharist is wine
          • Jesus Drank. he turned water into wine.
        • Methodists used unfermented grape juice instead of wine
    • Use of  taxes from drugs
      • Taking drugs, Smoking tobacco and drinking alcohol are expensive habits
      • Cigarettes are heavily taxed to encourage people to quit smoking
      • Alcohol  is not quite so heavily taxed
      • it costs  the NHS £2.7 billion to treat smoking and drinking related probles
        • the cost of promoting quitting and rehabilitation is £111 million
        • the money  raised from taxation is £8 billion.
    • Reasons and Consequences for taking drugs
      • Criosity
        • Lack of knowledge
        • Peer Presure
          • Depression/Stress
        • Family prolems
          • Help to stay awake
        • Boredom
      • Consequenses
        • Death
          • damage health
            • People around them  worry
        • Violence
          • Mental illnesses
            • Consequenses
              • Death
                • damage health
                  • People around them  worry
              • Violence
                • Mental illnesses
    • 120,000  die everyday from smoking, 330 a day
      • Legal Drugs
        • Alcohol severely damages the liver and it is a depressant drug
          • 9 out of 10 adults in the UK drink
          • 28,000 people die a year from   alcohol related accidents
        • 13 million adults smoke in the uk
          • 80% of  smokers started as teenagers
        • Some examples of legal drugs are:   Alcohol, Caffeine, Tobacco, Prescription drugs
        • Religious Attitudes Towards Drugs
          • Religion
            • Religious teachings disagree with the use of drugs
            • "All Life Is Sacred" If life is holy then we are not honouring life by taking drugs
            • Most Christians drink Alcohol.
              • Part of the Eucharist is wine
                • Jesus Drank. he turned water into wine.
              • Methodists used unfermented grape juice instead of wine
          • Use of  taxes from drugs
            • Taking drugs, Smoking tobacco and drinking alcohol are expensive habits
            • Cigarettes are heavily taxed to encourage people to quit smoking
            • Alcohol  is not quite so heavily taxed
            • it costs  the NHS £2.7 billion to treat smoking and drinking related probles
              • the cost of promoting quitting and rehabilitation is £111 million
              • the money  raised from taxation is £8 billion.
          • Reasons and Consequences for taking drugs
            • Criosity
              • Lack of knowledge
              • Peer Presure
                • Depression/Stress
              • Family prolems
                • Help to stay awake
              • Boredom
    • Legal Drugs
      • Alcohol severely damages the liver and it is a depressant drug
        • 9 out of 10 adults in the UK drink
        • 28,000 people die a year from   alcohol related accidents
      • 13 million adults smoke in the uk
        • 80% of  smokers started as teenagers
      • Some examples of legal drugs are:   Alcohol, Caffeine, Tobacco, Prescription drugs
    • Reasons
      • rehabilitation
        • christians believe that everybody desertve s a second chance
        • love thy neighbour as yourself
        • every deserves a second chance  like Jesus did.
        • no sin is too big

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      olivia

      wowah holy balony this is good!

      Lilbo_Baggins

      thanks vv much

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