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Conflict
Clashes and breakdowns of relationships.
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Interfaith Dialogue
Exploring common grounds between different faith groups.
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Just War
A war undertaken to protect the innocent or those being violated by and to restore justice and peace.
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Non-Violent Protest
Showing disapproval without damaging property or causing any threat.
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Pacifism
The belief that any form of violence is unacceptable.
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Reconciliation
Bringing harmony to a situation of disagreement and discord.
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Conscience
An innate moral sense that guides actions and responses.
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Freewill
The belief that nothing is derminded.
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Hippocratic Oath
A special promise made by those working in medicine to do their best to preserve life.
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Medical Ethics
The moral principals that affect medical issues and practice.
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Quality of Life
The extent which life is meaningful and pleasurable.
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Sanctity of Life
Life is precious and utterly priceless.
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Community
A group of people who have something in common.
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Evangelism
Spreading your faith or religion to other people.
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Faith
Believing in something strongly and trusting in it.
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Identity
A sense of who you are, what makes you unique.
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Pilgrimage
A religious or spiritual journey.
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Sacred
Something special and therefore you must respect it.
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Authority
To have right or power over others.
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Duty
Something you do because it is the accepted pattern of behaviour.
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Human Rights
Something a person is entitled to because they are human.
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Justice
Where everyone has equal provisions and opportunities.
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Personal Conviction
Something a person feel strongly about.
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Punishment
A penalty given to someone for a crime or wrong they have done.
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Exploring common grounds between different faith groups.

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Interfaith Dialogue

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

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Card 4

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Showing disapproval without damaging property or causing any threat.

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Card 5

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The belief that any form of violence is unacceptable.

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