RE Christians Beliefs AQA 9-1 GCSE

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God as: Omnibenevolent, Omnipotent, Omniscient and Just
"Nothing is impossible with God" (Bible) "God so loved the world that he sent his only son" (Bible)
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Trinity
The belief that there are three persons in one god: The Father, The Son and The Holy Spirit. "In the name of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit" (All Catholic prayers start with this)
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Creation
In Genesis when God made the world. "In the beginning God created the heaven and earth" (Bible)
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1. Incarnation 2. Resurrection 3. Blasphemy
1. Becoming flesh. God in human form. 2. Jesus rising from the dead on Easter Sunday. 3. A religious offence, including claiming to be God.
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Crucifixion
The execution of Jesus when he was nailed to the cross. "He was crucified under pontius pilate" (The Creed)
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1. Ascension 2. Heaven
1. The event, 40 days after Jesus resurrected and came back to earth, when he returned (ascended) up ti heaven. 2. A state of eternal happiness with God. "He ascended into heaven" (The Creed)
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Day of Judgement
A time when the world will end and every soul will be judged "He will come to judge the living and the dead" (The Creed)
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1. Hell 2. Purgatory 3. Satan
1. The place of eternal suffering. For Liberal Christians it means being apart from God. 2. Catholic belief that souls must be cleansed before going to heaven. A waiting room. 3. The Devil
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1. Original Sin 2. Salvation 3. Grace
1. The Catholic belief that all humans are born with sin because of Adam and Eve. 2. Saving the soul - Jesus came to grant us salvation so that we have a chance of heaven. 3. A quality of God which means showing love and support.
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1. Forgiveness 2. Atonement 3. Mass
1. Showing grace and mercy to others. 2. When God repaired the damage caused by humans by sacrificing Jesus. 3. Catholic ceremony where the bread and and wine transubstantiates into the body and blood of christ.
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The belief that there are three persons in one god: The Father, The Son and The Holy Spirit. "In the name of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit" (All Catholic prayers start with this)

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Trinity

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In Genesis when God made the world. "In the beginning God created the heaven and earth" (Bible)

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1. Becoming flesh. God in human form. 2. Jesus rising from the dead on Easter Sunday. 3. A religious offence, including claiming to be God.

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Card 5

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The execution of Jesus when he was nailed to the cross. "He was crucified under pontius pilate" (The Creed)

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