AQA GCSE 9-1 RE SPEC A: RELIGION AND LIFE PART 3

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What is voluntary euthanasia?
is when the person who is suffering asks for euthanasia to end their suffering
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What is Involuntary euthanasia?
killing people without their consent
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Hospices are the alternative to Euthanasia within the UK. What do they do?
look after and care for people until their death
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Buddhism teaching on euthanasia
first precept is to help not harm others
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Buddhism teaching on euthanasia
karuna means compassion
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Buddhism teaching on euthanasia
many buddhists would point to the belief that suffering has come back as a karmic consequence
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Christianity teaching on euthanasia
do nor kill
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Christianity teaching on euthanasia
I, your God, give llife and I take it away
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Christianity teaching on euthanasia
catholic church believes life should be respected from conception until around death
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What is sanctity of life?
all life is sacred
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Christians believe in what?
judgement day
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What is judgement day?
is where God and Jesus decide who shall go to heaven (eternal paradise with God) and hell (eternal separation from God)
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What do Buddhists believe?
that you are reborn many times within your life
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Your karmic energy is what?
reborn, so if you had good karma in a previous life, then you will be reborn into a good next life
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What determines your next life?
your karma (actions of Earth)
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When can you break free from rebirth?
once you gain enlightenment
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