B603 Ethics poverty and wealth

WEALTH, USE OF MONEY, CAUSES OF POVERTY HUNGER AND DISEASE, RESPONSES TO THE NEEDS OF THE POOR STARVING AND SICK, GIVING TO CHARITY, CARING FOR OTHERS, MORAL AND IMMORAL OCCUPATIONS.

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Finish this quote - the love of ....
money is the root of all evil
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finish this quote about money - no one can serve two masters ...
you cannot serve money and god.
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what is the story of the widow and the copper coins?
jesus was at a temple treasury, a widow came and put in a few copper coins, jesus recognised that the woman had put her whole wealth into the pot whereas the other put in a little amount instead.
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for a social view, who is the man who lives without money?
mark boyle,
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what is our society also known as and why is it called this?
a capatalist society, you earn money and keep most of it.
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what is a social view which supports the fact that humans want to be wealthy?
the lottery as many people spend around £104 a year on it.
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how do christians use their money??
they often use their money to help others and contribute to their church or helping chsrities
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what is a teaching about helping the poor??
sell everything you have and give it to the poor
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what TV show could represent the fact that people are changing their ways with money?
'super scrimpers' which shows how you can save money on items
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what things does tax pay for?
schools, hosipitals, police etc
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what is absolute poverty?
severe depreivation of human needs
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what is relative poverty?
where people lack income to maintain healthy living
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what is fair trade?
trade between companies in developed countries and producers in developing countries in which fair prices are paid to the producers.
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what is exploitation?
treating someone unfairly in order to benefit from work.
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what is a poverty line?
the estimated minimum level of income needed to secure the necessities of life
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what is an LEDC?
less economically developed countries
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What is a MEDC?
More economically developed countries
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what is a social view to support the fact that we need help those in poverty?
the photo of a child starving in poverty about to get eaten by a vulture.
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please finish this quote about giving to charity- be a part....
of a change in the world
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finish this quote about giving to charity - give a man a fish and feed.....
him for a day, teach a man to fish and you feed him for life.
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what is Agape?
this is a word that god used in the bible to describe his unlimited love for them
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why would christians want to treat others as if they were jesus?
because if they dont they may end up in hell (parable of the sheep and goats
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what is a tithe and why do christians do it?
a tithe is when christians give 10% of their income to charities or church
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what is a teaching about actions to help support giving to charities?
let us not love with words... but with actions.
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what is an example of society being forced to help charitable organisations or people in need?
taxes
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what are some immoral jobs?
prostitute, arms dealer, soldier,
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why would fishermen, carpenters and shepards seen as moral occupations according to christians?
this is because some of jesus' disciples were fishermen, jesus was a carpenter and shepards saw jesus being born meaning god now approves.
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