R.E | Crime & Punishment

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1. Define repentance.

  • to recognise you have done wrong and be truly sorry.
  • to recognise you have done wrong.
  • to feel no regret for a crime you have committed.
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2. Why do crimes threaten sanctity of life?

  • They destroy what God has made.
  • They don't threaten sanctity of life - it is a separate subject

3. What are the main arguments FOR capital punishment?

  • 'An eye for an eye, a life for a life', it's a deterrent and to protect society from the dangerous.
  • Some people just need to be killed and we need to do something about overpopulation.
  • Criminals are bad.

4. What are the main arguments AGAINST capital punishment?

  • Retribution is uncivilised, innocent people could be convicted and all life is sacred.
  • It kills people.

5. Which religion says 'love thy neighbour'?

  • Sikhism
  • Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster
  • Christianity
  • Islam

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