GCSE Philosophy 'Good and Evil' key words

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Conscience
An inner voice or feeling giving guidance on right/wrong behaviour
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Free Will
The belief that God created humans with the ability to make moral choices (do right or wrong)
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Golden Rule
Jesus's teaching that people should "treat others as they wish to be treated."
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Job
A Biblical character whose faith was tested by Satan
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Moral Evil
Evil and suffering caused by people
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Natural Evil
Evil and suffering caused by natural events such as earthquakes
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Omnipotent
All-powerful, able to do anything
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Omniscient
All-knowing
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Original sin
The sin which was brought into the world at the Fall and which Christianity teaches everyone is born with
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Redemption
The idea that sins can be forgiven and a person can be redeemed. Jesus is often referred to by Christians as the Redeemer as he died for the sins of the whole world.
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Sacrifice
Giving up a life for God
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The Devil
A supernatural power of evil
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The Fall
A disobedience of Adam and Eve resulting in their expulsion from Eden
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Theodicies
Arguments justifying why there is evil in the world if God exits
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The belief that God created humans with the ability to make moral choices (do right or wrong)

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Free Will

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Jesus's teaching that people should "treat others as they wish to be treated."

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A Biblical character whose faith was tested by Satan

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Evil and suffering caused by people

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