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Unit 2-Rights and Responsibilities.
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How do Christians use the Bible to make moral decisions?
1)Bible is word of God.2)Has teachings of Jesus on how to live.2)Bible has letters from disciples-guided by Jesus.3)Ten Commandments.4)Bible records Jesus' life-example to Christians.
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Why do many Christians think the church should use the Bible to explain modern life and decisions?
1)Church referred to 'body of Christ' so has same authority of Jesus.2)Catholics regard Magisterium as greatest guidance.3)Church guides Christians through life.4)God speaks through the Church.
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Why do some Christians believe they should always follow their conscience?
1)Conscience inside head is like voice of God.2)St Paul and St Thomas Aquinas taught to use conscience.3)Conscience is God speaking directly Church is interpretations of Pope and ministers.
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Why do other Christians think they should not always follow their conscience?
1)People have been mistaken by voice of God, may be mistaken by voice of conscience.2)By following Bible, doing what all Christians agree.3)Society needs to agree on right and wrong-would be chaotic.4)Yorkshire ripper claimed God told him to kill.
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Why do some Christians believe situation ethics is right?
1)Jesus followed it when he healed man on Sabbath.2)Most loving thing to do.3)Christianity is religion of love and forgiveness.4)Jesus said only laws are to love God and neighbour.5)Should make decisions on love not law.
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Why do other Christians believe situation ethics are wrong?
1)Laws have been given in Bible.2)All Christians agree on 10 commandments-should follow them.3)Church knows better than individual.4)Never know all facts and consequences.
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What steps do Protestants do when making decisions?
1)Bible. 2)10 Commandments.3)Church for things not mentioned in Bible, e.g. contraception.
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What steps do Catholics take when making decisions?
1)Church.2)Bible and apostle teachings.3)Situation ethics and own conscience for things like contraception.
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What are four human rights in the UK?
1)The right to life.2)Freedom of expression.3)The right to own property.4)The right to education.
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Why are human rights important to Christians?
1)Sanctity of life.2)Made in God's image, should be treated equally.3)believe in right to believe in faith.4)Believe everyone should be equal.5)Believe in justice and just society.
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Why can some human rights cause problems for Christians?
1)Some against homosexuality(right to marry).2)Opposed to interfaith marriages(Right not to be discriminated).3)Catholic woman being priest(right not to be discriminated).4)Homosexuals raising family(Right to respect private and family life).
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Why is it important to take part in electoral and democratic processes?
1)Local councils dispose of rubbish,maintaining roads etc.2)Local council decides council tax.3)Government leads NHS,police,education etc.4)Government passes laws.5)Government sets tax rates.6)European Parliament dictates tax amount.
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What are Christian teachings on social change?
1)The golden rule.2)The parable of the sheep and the goats.3)Am i my brothers keeper?
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Sum up the parable of the sheep and the goats.
Jesus said it's Christians duty to feed,clothe and help those in need.Sheep-help. Goats-didn't help.
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Sum up My brothers keeper.
Cain murdered Able. When God asked where he was, Cain said"Am i my brothers keeper?"Cain punished.God created humans to be each others keepers and look after them.
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What are non-religious arguments for genetic engineering?
1)Possible cures for incurable diseases.2)Other countries use it-available to rich who can pay.3)Using cybrids doesn't lead to loss of human life.4)Genetic research controlled by laws-great benefits for future.
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What are non-religious arguments against genetic engineering?
1)Little information on long term consequences.2)If things go wrong, can't be reversed.3)Too much power for scientists.4)People could be screened for life insurance-may be at disadvantage.
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What do liberal protestants believe about genetic engineering?
It's a good thing as long as it's to cure disease.
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Why do Liberal Protestants believe this?
1)Jesus healed sick.2)Improving human life part of Christian duty.3)Creating cells isn't same as creating life.
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What do Catholics believe about genetic engineering?
Only for disease and if it doesn't use embryos.
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Why do Catholics have this belief?
1)Life begins at conception.2)Killing embryo kills life-sin.3)Research embryos created with IVF and Catholic Church disagrees with it.
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What do some Christians believe about genetic cloning?
Disagree with it and oppose genetic research.
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Why do some Christians believe this?
1)people don't have right to change what God created.2)Playing God is sin.3)Life is preparation for paradise-Earth not meant to be perfect.
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Unit 2-Environmental and Medical issues.
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