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conflict
break down in a relationship e.g. when two countries go to war
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interfaith dialogue
different faith groups taking to eachother e.g. sharing in a joint event, visiting eachotherds place of worship
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Just war
a war that can be justified on agreed terms, last resort
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non violent protest
showing disapproval in a non violent way. Not harming property or people
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Pacifism
The belief that any form of violence or war is wrong. Try to promote peace and good will at all times
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reconcilliation
Making up after an argument, involves saying sorry and forgiving them for what they have done
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medical ethics
this is deciding what is write and wrong in medicine. E.g. abortion
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hippocratic oath
promise those in medixcine make to save a life whenever they can. Treat to the best of their ability
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sanctity of life
all life is special and precious and deserves love and respect. Can't take away life
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Quality of life
this is to the extent that life is pleasurable and meaningful and someone is not in unnecessary pain.
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Conscience
this is the inner voice that guides actions and responses e.g. knowing right from wrong
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free will
the belief that humans have free xchoices in life to do as they wish. It means everyone is responsible for their actions and nothing is completely determined
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community
this means a group of people who have something in common. For example a church community who share the same faith
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evanglism
thhis means spreading faith to others. It involves preaching gospels to convert people
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pilgrimage
this is a special journey to a place of religious significance. e.g. Bethlehem where Jesus was born
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Sacred
This is the belief that something is special and should be respected e.g. the bible
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Authority
this means right or power over others. It could refer to law of religious laws
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duty
this refers to somethinga person is expected to do. perhaps because of religious beliefs, keep 10 commandments
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Justice
This means fairness, where everyone has equal provisions and opportunities. Without discrimination or predjudice
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Human rights
these are things a person should have. e.g. food sheltr
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personal conviction
the refers to what you feel to be right, e.g because of religious beliefs
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punishment
penelaty given to someone fora crimeor wrong doing. e.g. prson , penence
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different faith groups taking to eachother e.g. sharing in a joint event, visiting eachotherds place of worship

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interfaith dialogue

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a war that can be justified on agreed terms, last resort

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showing disapproval in a non violent way. Not harming property or people

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The belief that any form of violence or war is wrong. Try to promote peace and good will at all times

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