AQA GCSE 9-1 RELIGIOUS STUDIES SPEC A THEME D: RELIGION, PEACE AND CONFLICT

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What is conflict?
disagreement which can lead to fighting
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What is justice?
to put right injustice and to carry this out in a just way
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What does peace mean?
to live in harmony without fear with all people
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What is reconciliation?
is the idea of bringing sides together to help resolve issues so people can live in peace
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Forgiveness is a theme that runs through all religions and is taught by what?
religious texts and leaders past and present
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What does the Buddha suggest what anger is like?
like holding a hot coal intending to throw it at someone but instead you are the one who gets burned
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Why are buddhists against violence?
because it goes against their first moral precept which is not harming life
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Are christians against violence?
yes as jesus said "blessed are the peacemakers"
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What can violent protests only be used for?
the common good
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What is terrorism?
is an act of violence which is intended to create fear
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Why do terrorists attack?
to fight for God or to defend their religion/faith, fight for poverty or fight because their wishes will not be heard any other way
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What does the christianity quote "those who live by the sword die by the sword" mean?
it means if you are violent towards others that will be your downfall
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What are the reasons for going to war?
to gain more land, greed, self-defence, politics and religion
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Why can religion cause war?
because it brings conflict to countries where peoples religious beliefs are different
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Why can religion not cause war?
because it is how people interpret the religious teachings
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Do christians believe in war?
generally no but sometimes it is necessary and so they will follow a Just War
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Do buddhists believe in war?
no because buddhists are pacifists and they believe all violence is wrong
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What is just war?
war that is fought under the just war criteria in order to make war as fair as possible
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What are the 7 just war rules?
must be controlled by a government, must have a just cause, must have a clear aim, must have a good outcome, only sufficient force should be used, must be a chance of success and war must be the last resort
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What is holy war?
war fought in the name of god
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Why are most religions against WMDs?
because they go against the just war theory and the holy war theory
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What does deterrence mean?
means to put off countries off starting a war as they fear a nuclear attack
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What are the types of WMDs?
nuclear, biological, chemical and radiological
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What are the reasons for proliferation (increase in nuclear countries)?
they deter other countries from attacking, they maintain peace and use of other WMDs is made less likely
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What are the reasons for disbarment (removal of nuclear weapons)?
nuclear proliferation makes use more likely, there is no moral justification for their use and they are a waste of money
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What are pacifists against?
violence at all costs
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What is the golden rule in christianity?
"treat others as you wish to be treated"
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What are some of the consequences of war?
refugees and famine and disease
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How do charities help victims of war?
they offer food, shelter and medicine
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Why do charities help victims of war?
they do this because of the teachings of Jesus and parables like the Good samaritan which teaches us to help the needy
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