RE unit 1 key words

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Commitment
Making and keeping a promise, such as wedding vows.
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Chastity
Decision not to have sex before marriage, for example it is because sex is sacred.
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Conflict
Working against each other rather than in unity. Conflict in marriage can lead to divorce.
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Love
To have a deep affection and express it through words and actions.
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Reconciliation
To apologise and make up after an argument.
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Responsibilities
Duties you should carry out, such as looking after family members.
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Authority
Right or power over others. This could be a priest or teachings from a sacred text.
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Discrimination
Treating people differently because of their; gender, religion or class
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Equality
Being treated the same. Many religious believers would say that everyone is same in God's eyes.
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Identity
The personality and character of an individual. Each person has their own identity and is unique.
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Injustice
Withholding someone's human rights, for example imprisonment without trial.
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Prejudice
When a person is judged without any evidence. For example, because of their colour of their skin.
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God
Ultimate being for example the creator of the world. Deity - a visible form of the power behind the world
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Symbolism
Something that points to or explains something. Religions have many symbolic actions and ideas.
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Revelation
Something shown or explained that was previously hidden. Many religions have revealed truths.
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Awe
Completely overwhelmed by a sense of God's presence. For example, Religious believers sometime have it through natural beauty.
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Community
A group of people with something in common. For example a gender, cast or religion.
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After life
The belief that their is some kind of life after the death of the body, Many religious believers believe in soul going to heaven or hell.
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Creation
A unique design planned by a maker. For example, we live in world that is God's creation.
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Dominion
Having a form of control and responsibility given by God.
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Environment
The surroundings in which we live. For example, for many believers, it's God's world.
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Humanity
Compassion for others, for example by serving others voluntarily
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Soul
The part of a human that will live on after the body died.
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Stewardship
God-given responsibility to manage of control the earth.
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Decision not to have sex before marriage, for example it is because sex is sacred.

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Chastity

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Working against each other rather than in unity. Conflict in marriage can lead to divorce.

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Card 4

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To have a deep affection and express it through words and actions.

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Card 5

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To apologise and make up after an argument.

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