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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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Enviroment (4)
This is the natural world, plants, insects, animals and humans. christians believe God created the world and everything in it.
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Dominion
This is being in charge of the world for God. Christians believe they have a God-given responsibilty to manage the world
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Humanity (4)
This is caring for human beings. Most religions teach that is expected to show kindness to one another.
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Soul (4)
This is part of humans that livs on after the body dies. Religions teach that there is a spirtual side of life that lives on beyond physical death.
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Stewardship (4)
This is to look after and care for the world. Christians believe they have a God given respnsibility to look after the world
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Creation (4)
This is making something deliberatley for a purpose. Most religions believe that God cretaed the world for a purpose
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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 is the natural world, plants, insects, animals and humans. christians believe God created the world and everything in it.

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This is being in charge of the world for God. Christians believe they have a God-given responsibilty to manage the world

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This is caring for human beings. Most religions teach that is expected to show kindness to one another.

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