Religion and Equality Keywords

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Dignity
People should be able to live a life in which they have self-respect.
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Discrimination
Unjust or prejudicial treatment because of race, age, gender, disability etc.
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Ecumenical
Different Christian denominations working together.
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Equality
Treating people as equals regardless of gender, race, of religious beliefs etc.
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Eucharist
The Christian ceremony commemorating the Last Supper, in which bread and wine were consecrated and consumed.
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Evangelism
Persuading others to share your faith.
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Fair
Something which is free from bias, fraud or injustice. From this meaning it could be said that 'fair' really means 'reasonable'.
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Forgiveness
Forgiving someone for something they have done wrong.
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Freedom
The concept that everyone in the world should have the fredom to life, think and speak as they want.
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Prejudice
Making judgments not based on reason or actual experience.
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Proselytising
Trying to convert people from their Religion to yours.
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Racism
Prejudice, discrimination or ill treatment against someone because of their race.
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Reconciliation
Restoring friendly relations.
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Repentance
Sincere regret or remorse from one's actions.
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Rights
The idea that people have basic requirements which should be respected, e.g. the rights to education; the right to be treated with dignity.
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Sexism
Prejudice, stereotyping or discrimination, typically against women on the basis of sex.
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Unjust or prejudicial treatment because of race, age, gender, disability etc.

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Discrimination

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Different Christian denominations working together.

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Treating people as equals regardless of gender, race, of religious beliefs etc.

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The Christian ceremony commemorating the Last Supper, in which bread and wine were consecrated and consumed.

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