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Religious Studies Key Concepts
Commitment Making and keeping a promise,
such as Wedding Vows.
Chastity Not having sex before marriage,
religions believe sex is sacred.
Conflict Having an argument with another,
in marriage, leading too divorce.
Love Deep affection for another,
shown using words or actions.
Reconciliation Apologising for something,
religions may have reconciliation services.
Responsibilities Duties you carry out,
looking after family.
Is it Fair?
Authority Rights or powers over another,
the teachings of a priest from the bible.
Discrimination Treating one differently because of their race or gender,
everyone part of the divine creation.
Equality People treated the same,
god believes everyone is equal.
Identity The personality or character of someone,
all are unique.
Injustice Withholding ones human rights,
imprisonment without trial.
Prejudice Someone is judged with no evidence,
treat others as you wish too be treated.
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God Ultimate being above humans,
Symbolism Something with a bigger meaning,
religions use symbols to convey their beliefs.
Revelation Something shown which was previously hidden,
these are important in the faiths.
Awe Overwhelmed by gods presence.
portrayed by religions in many ways such as festivals.
Community A group of people sharing an interest,
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