Conscience: a person's sense of right and wrong.For many Christians, this is linked to God.
Dignity: the value of a human person
Sin: behaviour which is against God's laws and wishes/against the principles of morality. A t thought or action which is wrong, and we freely choose knowing it is wrong.
Commandment: a rule for living given by God; or one of the 10 commandments
Adultery: sex outside marriage where one or both of the couple are already married to others
Bear false witness: to lie
Covet: wish, long or crave for something, especially another person's property.
Beatitude: meaning 'blessed' or 'happy'. The beatitudes is the first portion of the Sermon on the Mount. In it, Jesus describes the qualities of the inhabitants of the Kingdom of God and indicates how each of them will be blessed.
Sermon on the Mount: a collection of Jesus' religious and moral teachings recorded in Matthew's Gospel.
Kingdom of God: wherever God is honoured as king and his authority is accepted. Jesus taught about the KofG being both on earth and in heaven. The rule of God.
Righteousness: following moral principles
Mercy: to be kind and forgiving
Peace: an absence of war and conflict
Marriage and Relationships
Wedding: the marriage service
Fornication: sex outside the marriage
Vows: promises made between the couple and God
Sacrament: visable and invisable grace, a sacred rite by which you can come to know God
Adultery: two people consenting to sex with someone who isn't their marriage partner.
Divorce: legal termination of marriage
Remarriage: following divorce where a couple can marry new people
Annulment: a cancellation of marriage - never existed