Making something deliberately for a purpose. Most religions teach that the world was created by God for a purpose.
Being in charge of the world for God. Some religions teach that God gave humans a responsibility to manage the world on his behalf.
The natural world all about us, plants, insects, animals and humans. Most religions belief that God created the world and everthing in it.
Caring for other human beings. Most religions teach that it is expected that human beings will care for eachother and show kindness to others.
The part of humans that lives on after the body has died. Some religions teach that there is a spiritual side of life that lives on beyond physical death.
To look after and care for the world. Most religions teach that humans have a God-given responsibility to look after the world.
God is the ultimate being or supreme power. By this, christians mean that he is the crator and sustainer of the world who is given worship.
It is something that points to or explains something else. For christians it could be a sign with a particular meaning, for example, the cross.
Something shown or explained that was previously hidden. Religious believers use the word for the ways in which God reveals himself to people, for example through sacred texts.
It means completely overwhelmed by a sense of God's presence. For religious believers, it could be a sense of wonder in relation to God's creation.
A community is a group of people with something in common. For christians for example, it could refer to the fellowship of people who pray and worship together i.e. the church.
This is the belief that human existence continues after death. Many religions have beliefs in heaven where souls go when the body dies.