Extinction: the wiping out of species, so that none can be found in any surveys over a set period.
Factory farming: farming as a business, where animals are intensively farmed.
Fostering: where a person legally looks after someone else's child for a period of time, but do not take the child as their own.
Genetic modification: changing the DNA of something to be able to change the species.
Guru Granth Sahib: sikh holy book.
Guru Nanak: founder of sikhism.
Holy War: conditions under which muslims should fight war.
Hunting: chasing animals to hunt for food.
Jesus: founder of christian religion; believed to be son of god by christmas.
Judgement Day: belief that at the end of time, all humans will be raised from the dead to be judged, on the actions of their life by god.
Just War: conditions under which christians/sikhs should fight in war.
Karma: the consqeunces of our words, deeds and actions.
Kashrut: food laws.
Khalsa: sikh who has taken vows of faith
Khalifah: stewardship; belief that allah has given us duty to look after the world.
Kurahit: prohibitions for Khalsa sikhs.
Langar: sikh community kitchen, set up by Guru Nanak.
Life after death: idea that when we die, there is a next life either throught reincarnation, re-birth or judgement day.
Miracle of life: idea that getting pregnant, carrying to full term and giving birth is a very special, even miraculous event.
Muhammad: prophet of islam, final prohpet to world.
Natural habitats: areas of natural vegetation and associated wildlife.
Natural reources: the things we use, such as coal gas oil, which are found naturally.
Noachide laws: early set of laws found in Torah.
Pacifism: belief that all violence is wrong.
Peace: absence of war, harmony between groups/nations.
Pollution: when too much off something is dumped into the atmosphere, on too land, on too water.
Prejudice: pre-judjing someone, usually unfavourably, before getting to know them.
Pressure group: group set up to put pressure on society/government.
Pro-choice: arguments to support a womans right to decide what happens to her body.
Poverty: arguments to protect the rights to life, in this book, of the feotus.
Quality of life: argument about what a persons life should be like for it to be worth living.
Qur`an: holy book of life.
Racism: prejudice based on colour/race.
Rights:the right to something.
Sanctity of life: idea that life is special and sacred.