Paper 1: Issues of love, marriage and divorce

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Explain commitment
Being devoted to something or someone because you want to be / keeping a promise
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Explain responsibility
What you are expected to take care of
2 of 21
Explain reconciliation
Making up and starting together again
3 of 21
Explain conflict
Disagreements / clashes between relationships
4 of 21
What kind of love is Storge
Sentimental love - things and animals
5 of 21
What kind of love is Philia
Love of friends nd family - a stronger bond
6 of 21
What kind of love is Eros
Sexual love
7 of 21
What kind of love is Agape
Unconditional love - given freely
8 of 21
What does Chasity mean?
Not having sexual intercourse until marrriage
9 of 21
What does Fornication mean?
Sex before marriage (is forbidden)
10 of 21
Bible quote for sex before marriage?
"God wants you to be holy and completely free from sexual immorality"
11 of 21
What is the silver ring thing?
A pledge to abstain from sexual intercourse until they are married
12 of 21
What does Abstinence mean?
Saving sex for marriage
13 of 21
Marriage is considered a sacrament, what does this mean?
A relationship in which God's presence is experienced
14 of 21
What is adultery?
When a married person has sex with someone else
15 of 21
2 reasons adultery is forbidden for christians..
God's love is experienced through a marriage (sacrement) & thou shalt not commit adultery
16 of 21
2 reasons Roman catholics do not think divorce is acceptable
Breaking the promises made to God before (vows) & Marriage is a sacrement that cannot be dissolved
17 of 21
4 situations Roman Catholics will allow second marriages in
Both partners meet obligations to their partner and children from first marriage & second marriage doesnt hurt children more & new relationship was not the cause of the breakup of the first marriage & a good gap of time inbetween old marriage nd new
18 of 21
Why does a christian marriage take place in a church?
Marriage is a sacrement with religious elements
19 of 21
Giving of rings at a ceremony symbolises..
No end - unending love - circle without a begining or end
20 of 21
The priest wraps their hands together in a Stole which represents..
God has joined them together
21 of 21

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Explain reconciliation


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Explain conflict


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What kind of love is Storge


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