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responsibilities
This is something that you are expected to do. For example it is a parents duty to look after their children.
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Love (1)
Love is having a deep affection for someone which is shown in different ways. For religious believers commitment must be in the relationship.
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Commitment (1)
This means being devoted and dedicated to someone. Married couples show their commitment by not having an affair.
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Conflict (1)
This is disagreements or quarrels in a relationship. For example financial difficulties or alcohol problems can lead to a marriage breakdown.
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Chastity (1)
This is not having sex until your married. Most religions teach that sex belongs in marriage and that it is important to stay sexually pure for marriage.
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Reconciliation (1)
This means saying sorry and making up after an arguement. It involves forgiving a person.
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Identity (2)
This is someones attitudes, character and personality. Everyone is unique and created in God's image.
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Discrimination (2)
This means treating someone differently because of race, gnder and religion. This could be fefusing to give a person a job or failing to treat them as fellow human beings.
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Prejudice (2)
This means judging another person before you know them or have any evidence due to colour, race or religion.
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Injustice (2)
This means unfairness. This could be where there is no equality, provision or opportunity or where human rights have been ignored. For example impronment without trial.
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Authority (2)
This is having a right or power above others. For religious belivers this could be someone like a priest of teachings from sacred texts.
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Afterlife (3)
This is the belief that human existence continues after death. Most religions belief that heaven is where the souls go when the body dies.
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Community (3)
This is a group of people with something in common. For christians this could refer to the fellowship of people who pray together.ie the church.
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Revelation (3)
This is something revealed that was previously hidden. This could be the way God reveals himself through sacred text.
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Awe (3)
This is being completely overwhelmed by a sense of God's presence. This could be a sense of wonder in relation to God's creation.
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Symbolism (3)
This is something that points to or explains something else. For religious believers this is something with particular meaning i.e the cross
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God (3)
God is the supreme power and ultimate being. Christians believe he is the creator and sustainer of the world
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Dominion (4)
This is being in charge of the world for god. Religions believe God gave humans the responsibility to mange the world.
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Enviroment (4)
This is the natural world ,plants,humans,insects and animals. Religions teach that god created the world and everyh
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Love is having a deep affection for someone which is shown in different ways. For religious believers commitment must be in the relationship.

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This means being devoted and dedicated to someone. Married couples show their commitment by not having an affair.

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This is disagreements or quarrels in a relationship. For example financial difficulties or alcohol problems can lead to a marriage breakdown.

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This is not having sex until your married. Most religions teach that sex belongs in marriage and that it is important to stay sexually pure for marriage.

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