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Human dignity in Christianity - what did they believe?
Christians believe that God is the creator of all and that people are one in Christ. Jesus showed in his teachings and actions that all people have human dignity. He mixed with tax collectors like Zaccheus and showed the importance of caring for othe
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Human dignity in Buddhism - what did they believe?
All humans have the possibility of enlightenment so it is important to show compassion and loving kindness to all. Stories from the life of the Buddha show how he tried to treat everyone, including outcasts with dignity. “Whoever in your kingdom is p
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Authority
Right or power over others. A priest, a set or laws or teachings.
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Prejudice
When you judge someone without evidence. You 'think' against them.
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Discrimination
When you do something against someone as a result of prejudice.
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Karuna
Buddhist - compassionate action based on wisdom
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Equality
Being treated the same
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Identity
The person and character of an individual
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Injustice
Withholding someone's human rights
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Parable of Good Samaritan
a story about equality and kindness
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Zacchues
A tax collector who was disliked by the public but Jesus spoke to him to show him that people shouldn't discriminate against others.
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Jesus
The son of God. part of the trinity
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Trinity
Three persons in one - father, son and holy spirit
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image of God
The belief that humans are created in the likeness of God
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Metta
Buddhist belief in loving kindness, a pure love which isn't possessive
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Middle way
The Buddhist way that leads to cessation (stopping) of suffering
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Illusory
Buddhist belief that many things in the world are deceptive or false
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Enlightenment
Buddhist -When a person gets rid of all greed, hatred, delusion, selfishness, ignorance and desire.
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Buddha
Buddhist belief that a Buddha is an awakened or enlightened one.
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After life
the belief that there is some kind of life after death of the body
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Symbolism
something that points to or explains something else
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Revelation
something shown or explained that was previously hidden
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God
deity (a form of power) or ultimate being (creator and sustainer of the world)
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Awe
A spirtual moment
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community
a group of people with something in common
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committal
words said when a body is being buried or sent for cremation
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eternal life
a life that has no end
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omnipotent
all powerful
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omniscient
all knowing
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redemption
delievered or freed from sins
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requiem mass
celebrating mass or holy communion for the dead person at the funeral
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bodhsattvas
a person destined for enlightenment, who has stayed here to help living beings
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eightfold path
teaching of the Buddha about how to reach enlightenment
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Nirvana
perfect peace, where greed, hatred and ignorance have been extinguished
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rebirth
the karmic engery of a person setting another life into being
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commitment
making and keeping a promise such as wedding vows
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chastity
a decision not to have sex before marriage
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conflict
working against each other rather than in unity
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love
to have deep affection and express if through words and actions
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reconciliation
apologise or say sorry and become friends once again
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annulment
declaration by the catholic church that the marriage never existed
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agape
christian ;pve or charity that is guaranteed and unconditional
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eros
sexual love
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sacrament
an outward sign or symbol of a blessing by God
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assisted marriage
selection of marriage partner by parents
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faithful
showing loyalty
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lust
desire for sex
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celibacy
a person who has resolved not to marry
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All humans have the possibility of enlightenment so it is important to show compassion and loving kindness to all. Stories from the life of the Buddha show how he tried to treat everyone, including outcasts with dignity. “Whoever in your kingdom is p

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Human dignity in Buddhism - what did they believe?

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Right or power over others. A priest, a set or laws or teachings.

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When you judge someone without evidence. You 'think' against them.

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When you do something against someone as a result of prejudice.

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