GCSE R.S - UNIT 8, RELIGION & SOCIETY

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4 reasons why Christians use the Bible to make moral decisions...
- Word of God (Absolute authority) - Contains God's teachings on how to behave (The Decalogue) - Has Jesus' teachings on how to live (Sermon on the Mount) - Records Jesus' actions which Christians want to follow if they want to live like Jesus.
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4 reasons why Christians use the Church to make moral decisions...
- Body of Christ - God speaks to the world today through the Church - Jesus said Peter would have the Keys to Heaven, Peter was the first Pope - By following the Church's guidance, everybody will believe the same thing (No unclear teachings)
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3 rules from the Decalogue
- Do not murder - Love your neighbour - Do not steal
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What is the difference between the meaning of the word "Church" and the word "church" (with a small 'c')?
Small c means place of worship for Christians - Big C means the community of Christians
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Examples of human rights...
Rights to life, rights to have your own privacy, rights to have your own opinion, rights to freedom, rights to have an education
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4 reasons why Christians use the Church to make moral decisions...

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- Body of Christ - God speaks to the world today through the Church - Jesus said Peter would have the Keys to Heaven, Peter was the first Pope - By following the Church's guidance, everybody will believe the same thing (No unclear teachings)

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3 rules from the Decalogue

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What is the difference between the meaning of the word "Church" and the word "church" (with a small 'c')?

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Examples of human rights...

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