Crime and Punishment

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What is Capital Punishment?
Death penalty
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What is Corporal Punishment?
Violence
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Aim? vindication - what does it mean?
Upholding the Law to keep society safe
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Aim? What does retribution mean?
Revenge/getting your own back
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Name a 3 causes of crime
poverty/peer pressure/ addiction/poverty etc
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State an Old Testament teaching that suggests that some crimes should not be forgiven.
An eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth.
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State 2 methods of capital punishment that are still in use today
Hanging/electric chair/firing squad/lethal injection etc
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What does Prejudice mean?
To pre-judge someone based on culture/ skin colour/religion/disability/sexual orientation/gender etc
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What does discrimination mean?
To act upon prejudice - not giving a disabled person a job when they are more than capable of doing it, just because they are disabled.
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State a story where Jesus responded to issues of religion
Greek woman's daughter/Incident in the Temple/Good Samaritan etc
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State a story where Jesus responded to issues of disability
Blind Bartimaeus/ Paralysed man/ Paralysed hand etc
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State a story where Jesus responded to issues of gender.
Greek woman's daughter/anointing in Bethany/A woman's faith etc
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State a commandment that suggests that the death penalty is wrong.
'Do Not Kill'
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State a Christian Teaching that suggests that people should be given a second chance - rehabilitation
Parable of the unmerciful servant ( know this story)
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What is Corporal Punishment?

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Violence

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Aim? vindication - what does it mean?

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Aim? What does retribution mean?

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Card 5

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Name a 3 causes of crime

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