Other pages in this set

Page 2

Preview of page 2

Here's a taster:

GCSE Full Course Conflict
No because Jesus said if someone angered us we
should turn the other cheek.
No because Jesus taught forgiveness for our
enemies.
No, because Hindu teachings of Ahimsa teach
that you should not cause harm to any living thing.
Yes because some people would argue they can be
used as a deterrent.
Yes if they are used for self defence because we
have to stand up for ourselves.
Yes if the war is to fight to destroy evil.…read more

Page 3

Preview of page 3

Here's a taster:

GCSE Full Course Conflict
Should religions support peace by working
together? (AO2) 4 marks…read more

Page 4

Preview of page 4

Here's a taster:

GCSE Full Course Conflict
Yes. Interfaith dialogue emphasises the need for
different faith groups to work together and
remove misunderstandings
Yes. It's important to communicate and listen to
each other.
Yes because all religious traditions teach about
the importance of peace
No because war & conflict are facts of life.
No because it can be difficult to achieve peace as
people have different opinions about it.
No because it is important to stand up for what
you believe in even if that results in conflict.…read more

Page 5

Preview of page 5

Here's a taster:

GCSE Full Course Conflict
Evaluate the religious teachings on issues of
suffering from a Hindu and Christian
perspective (AO2) 8 marks…read more

Page 6

Preview of page 6

Here's a taster:

GCSE Full Course Conflict
Christianity ­ Suffering is a result of original sin
(The Fall).
Suffering is a result of God-given free will.
Suffering enables people to grow as a person to
be more understanding.
Hinduism ­ Suffering is a result of karma.
Hindus believe that goodness & suffering are a
natural part of human life and are necessary for
spiritual growth.
Hindus see suffering as the actions of kali, to
encourage detachment from earthly goods and
pleasures.…read more

Page 7

Preview of page 7

Here's a taster:

GCSE Full Course Conflict
Explain ways suffering be helped. Consider this
question from a Christian and Hindu
perspective (AO2) 8 marks.
Christianity ­ Through service to others,
working with those in need, charities,
religious organisation i.e. Salvation Army,
Christian Aid.
Jesus taught that for those who did not
help those in need it was as if they had
done it to him.…read more

Page 8

Preview of page 8

Here's a taster:

GCSE Full Course Conflict
those who suffer and try to do something
to end their suffering. It is a duty to God.
Hinduism ­ Hindus see it is their dharma
(religious duty) to help those in need
Hinduism teaches social responsibility ­
they should care for everyone as if they
were their own family.
Gandhi taught it is the duty of every Hindu
to relieve the suffering of the less
fortunate.…read more

Page 9

Preview of page 9

Here's a taster:

GCSE Full Course Conflict
Evaluate the teachings of Hinduism &
Christianity on Forgiveness and reconciliation
(AO2) 4 marks…read more

Page 10

Preview of page 10

Here's a taster:

GCSE Full Course Conflict
Christianity ­ Jesus forgave his enemies
when on the cross.
In the Lord's Prayer Christians ask God
to forgive their sins.
Jesus taught forgiveness ­ told people
if someone hurt you or made you angry
to turn the other cheek in other words
to forgive them.
Hinduism ­ to hold grudges and seek
revenge is harmful to that person.
Anger creates bad karma.
Holding grudges isn't necessary because
through karma the other person will get
what they deserve.…read more

Comments

No comments have yet been made

Similar Religious Studies resources:

See all Religious Studies resources »See all resources »