R.E

Relationships

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  • Created by: claire
  • Created on: 28-04-12 20:52

Discrimination

Treating people diffrently because of their Race,Gender,Religion or Class

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Chastity

Decision not to have sex before Marriage, for example sex is sacred

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our responsibilities

  • obey the law
  • care for the earth
  • reliigious teaching
  • responsibility to God
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God

-Ultimate being (creator and sustainer of the world)

-Deity( a invisible form of power behind the world)

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Views on divorce and remarriage?

Christian

  • Divorce is accepted
  • Remarriage is discouraged

Buddism

  • Divorce is allowed as last resort
  • Can remarry but no suffering (dukkha)
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Views on sex,celibacy and contraception?

Christian

  • Sex is a gift from god
  • Priest expexted to be celibate

Buddism

  • Not cause suffering
  • Adultury causes Dukkha
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How does the media influence attitudes?

  • Shows injustices that are happening around the world
  • Distorts or censors the truth
  • Encourages social responsibilities
  • Creates pressure
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Racial, Social ans Gender divisions?

Christian

  • God created all humans equal regardless of race and gender
  • Good samaritian shows the importance of caring

Buddism

  • All people are equal and have possibilitys of enlightenment
  • Metta shown to all
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Why are people prejudiced?

  • Fear
  • Stereotyping
  • Envy
  • Education
  • Ignorance
  • Family Pressure
  • Peer pressure
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Predudice?

When a person is judged without and evidence.Treat others as they wish to be treated

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Equality?

Being treated the same. Many religious believers would say all people are equal in the eye of god.

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Views on Wealth and Charity?

Christian

  • The bible teaches the importance of sharing (John the baptist)
  • "love of money is the root of all evil"

Sikhism

  • Money shouldn't be spent on gambling or alcohol
  • Many give one tenth of wealth to charity
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Views on Marriage,Cohabitation and same-sex relati

Christian

  • Most denominations don't have a betrothal ceromony
  • Anglican-may bless same sex relationships
  • Quakers-Welcome same sex relationships

Buddhism

  • No official view on same sex marriage controlled so no one suffers.
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Authority?

Right of power over others.It may be a person such as priest,a set of laws or teaching sacred text.

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Injustice?

Witholding someones human rights,for example imprisonment without trial

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Symbolism?

Somthing that points to or explains somthing else e.g.the crusifix for catholics

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Christian wedding ceremony?

  • Held in church,chapel or cathedral
  • Vows-show commitment
  • Exchanging of the rings
  • Sermon
  • Hymns
  • Signing of the register
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Identity?

The personality and character of an individual.Each person is unique

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Reconciliation?

Apologies or saying sorry,and become friends again many faith communities have services

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Commitment?

Making and keeping a promise, such as wedding vows

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Love?

To have a deep affection and express it through words and actions

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Responsibilities?

Duties you should carry out such as looking after family members

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Conflict?

Working against eeach other rather than in unity. conflict in marriae can lead to divorce.

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Comments

Kiera Locke

thankyou for this claire, i do dislike re though, so it didnt go in. :(

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