- Created by: melissanye
- Created on: 10-05-11 10:58
"members of religious traditions observing each other's ceremonies and rituals"
"renewing friendship and rebuilding relationship. e.g offering forgiveness."
"A belief or support in someone or something"
"One's own self, e.g. personality or character"
"Special and reserved, e.g. towards God."
"A religious 'family' or group."
"To make a person suffer pain or loss for a wrong doing."
"Seeking converts through preaching of the gospel."
"Where human rights are observed, e.g. no discrimination"
"A journey to a place of special faith or religious significance."
"The things a person should expect to be able to have or to do."
"The law or those who ensure it is kept and enforced."
"What you feel and know to be right. One's morals."
"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"
"Working against each other rather than in unity"
"A war undertaken to protect the innocent or those being violated and to restore peace and justice."
"A demonstation to portray a message without the use of violence, e.g. marching in silence."
"The belief that any form of violence or war is unacceptable"
Sanctity of Life
"Life in all it's forms is sacred"
Quality of Life
"The extent to which life is meaningful and pleasurable, e.g. free from pain and stress"
"The process of deciding what is good and acceptable is medicine."
"An innate moral sense that guides actions, e.g. knowing right from wrong."
"The belief that:-
*Humans have free choices in life
*Nothing is determined
*Everyone is respnsible for their own actions."
"Promising to treat patients to the best of their abilities."
"The slow, painless killing and allowing one to die."