RE GCSE Keyword Cards

WJEC specification for RE GCSE

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Interfaith Dialogue

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"members of religious traditions observing each other's ceremonies and rituals"

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Reconciliation

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"renewing friendship and rebuilding relationship. e.g offering forgiveness."

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Faith

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"A belief or support in someone or something"

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Identity

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"One's own self, e.g. personality or character"

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Sacred

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"Special and reserved, e.g. towards God."

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Community

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"A religious 'family' or group."

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Punishment

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"To make a person suffer pain or loss for a wrong doing."

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Evangelism

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"Seeking converts through preaching of the gospel."

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Justice

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"Where human rights are observed, e.g. no discrimination"

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Pilgrimage

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"A journey to a place of special faith or religious significance."

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Human Rights

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"The things a person should expect to be able to have or to do."

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Authority

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"The law or those who ensure it is kept and enforced."

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Personal Conviction

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"What you feel and know to be right. One's morals."

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Duty

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"Something a person is expected to do or be because it is:-
*The accepted pattern
*The result of someone's job
*Of conscience or law
*Part of a contract"

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Conflict

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"Working against each other rather than in unity"

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Just War

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"A war undertaken to protect the innocent or those being violated and to restore peace and justice."

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Non-violent Protest

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"A demonstation to portray a message without the use of violence, e.g. marching in silence."

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Pacifism

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"The belief that any form of violence or war is unacceptable"

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Sanctity of Life

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"Life in all it's forms is sacred"

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Quality of Life

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"The extent to which life is meaningful and pleasurable, e.g. free from pain and stress"

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Medical Ethics

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"The process of deciding what is good and acceptable is medicine."

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Conscience

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"An innate moral sense that guides actions, e.g. knowing right from wrong."

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Free Will

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"The belief that:-
*Humans have free choices in life
*Nothing is determined
*Everyone is respnsible for their own actions."

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Hippocratic Oath

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"Promising to treat patients to the best of their abilities."

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Euthansia

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"The slow, painless killing and allowing one to die."

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