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Christian attitudes towards sexual relationship:
Most Christians believe that sex is a gift given by God to create a new family, so it is wrong to
have casual sex.
Although many Christians would prefer sexual relationship to be within marriage as it brings a
stable and loving environment for the…

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It is for creating a family by creating children.
Catholics believe that marriage is one of the seven sacraments.
One way in which people can see the bond God creates with people.
The love between the husband and the wife shows something of the love of God
Most Christians believe…

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The roles of men and women within a Christian family:

Traditional Christian views (some Catholics and other Christians):

Men are the breadwinners of the family who are in charge of the house and set the rules up.
The stronger sex as God created Adam first. "The husband is the head…

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Vows- a solemn promise

Family- a group of people closely related to each other through blood

Faithfulness- similar to fidelity so the quality of being faithful

Marriage- The lifelong sacred relationship between a woman and a man typically recognised by the law

Divorce- the legal ending of a marriage

Annulment-…

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Christians must share their wealth with God and be prepared to give up everything they
have for god "if you want to be perfect, go and sell all you have and give the money to the
poor"

Christian beliefs into action

supporting charities by donating money and clothing to them…

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Any job that seems to have a good impact on people is seen as moral. However anything that can
damage somebody's life by anyways ways would be considered as immoral. Most Christians would
also try not to work on Sunday as God also rested on the 7th day.

`Each of…

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