Religion and Human Relationships - B603

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In the book of Ephesians, St Paul taught that wives should ……. their husbands.
submit to
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St Paul in Galatians, "There is neither …. nor ….., …… nor ……., …… nor ……. for you are all one in Christ Jesus".
Jew, Greek, slave, free, male, female
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In the Old Testament, a Jewish husband could divorce his wife by writing her a note of dismissal - True/False?
True
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In Mark's gospel Jesus teaches that a man can divorce his wife if she is unfaithful to him but in Matthew's gospel he forbids divorce entirely, "What God has joined together, man must not separate". True/False?
False - Mark no divorce, Matthew divorce permitted for adultery.
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For Catholics, only problems such as alcoholism or domestic violence are serious enough for a divorce to be granted. True/False?
False
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If the bride was pregnant at the time of the wedding an annulment may be granted. True/False?
False
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Reasons that could grant an annulment.
If either the bride or groom had not properly understood what they were doing when they married. -- If the marriage has not been consummated. -- If one of the partners had been forced into the marriage.
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In the Church of England what is the cause of action that Priests take with divorce?
It is up to the individual conscience of the vicar concerned to decide whether to marry a couple in this situation.
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Annulment in Catholicism.
Recognises that a marriage was never a real marriage in the first place.
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A Catholic couple having problems in their relationship may seek advice from CMAC (the Catholic Marriage Advisory Council). True/False?
True
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A Roman Catholic marriage may seek advice from CMAC (Catholic Marriage Advisory Council). True/False?
True
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A Roman Catholic Marriage may be followed by a special eucharist called a nuptial mass.
True
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Church of England does not allow women to be ordained as priests. True/False?
False
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Neither the Roman Catholic Church nor the Orthodox Churches allow women to be ordained as ministers. True/False?
True
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What is a civil patnership?
Name given to the ceremony conducted by a public registrar where a gay couple can make a commitment to each other and gives the same legal status as a married couple.
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St Paul taught that women should be silent in Church is a reason why some Christians object to allowing women to be priests. True/False?
True
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The Quakers now permit same sex marriage ceremonies to be held in their places of worship which are known as Friends Meeting Houses. True/False?
True
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The Archbishop of Canterbury described homosexuality as a ‘disordered behaviour.’ True/False?
False - it was a Vatican official from the Catholic Church.
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What is the rhythm method?
Planning sex around the time in a woman's menstrual cycle when she is least likely to conceive.
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The Roman Catholic Church teaches that any sexual act that does not involve the possibility of a pregnancy resulting from it is immoral. True/False?
True
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God's commandment to Adam and Eve that Catholics follow and therefore are against contraception. (In Genesis)
"Male and female he created them. God blessed them and said to them, 'Be fruitful and multiply' ".
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Reasons that many non-Catholic Christians would accept the use of the pill or the condom.
To limit family size or the mothers health.
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In which book of the Bible is it taught that men and women should ‘become one flesh’? And what do people take from this?
Genesis. Sex outside of marriage is sinful.
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St Paul taught that it is better to get married than to engage in casual sex. True/False?
True
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What does fornication mean?
Sexual activity outside of a marriage.
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What does cohabit mean?
Living together without being married.
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What does celibate mean?
Someone who abstains from sexual activity.
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Examples of being celibate.
St Paul thought that it is ideal for everyone to be celibate. Roman Catholic priests are required to take a vow of celibacy. This is because they believe that sex or a loving relationship would distract them from loving and serving God.
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What does agape mean? And who taught us this?
Selfless love, given to everyone regardless of who they are, what they have done and whether they return the love. Jesus taught us this.
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Biblical example of being agape.
When Jesus sacrificed himself on the cross.
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All Christians believe that casual … is wrong.
Sex
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Fornication is seen by Christians as ….
Adultery.
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Reasons why fornication is seen as bad.
--10 commandments, 'You shall not commit adultery'. -- To provide a stable environment for raising children. -- Genesis, women are told to, 'become one as flesh'.
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What does the Catechism of the Catholic Church believe?
'The sexual act must take place exclusively within marriage. Outside of marriage it always constitutes a grave sin'.
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What is pre-martial sex?
Sex before marriage.
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Some Christians accept pre-martial sex if the couple are in a loving relationship and are committed to each other. This belief is backed up by what?
Jesus teaching us that LOVE is what matters the most. (Therefore co-habition is also acceptable)
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Some liberal Christians such as Quakers accept that some people may choose to cohabit and/or be in a same sex relationship. Why is this accepted?
Because they believe that what matters most is the QUALITY of the relationship.
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In todays society some people accept co-habition and pre-martial sex only if..?
..marriage was to be followed.
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Brief examples as to why Christians believe that contraception is not acceptable.
- Life is a gift from God. - The Roman Catholic Church (RCC) believe contraception is a natural outcome of sex. - In a marriage it states that sex is given by God to provide children.
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What is the only 'form' of contraception that the RCC accept?
The rhythm method
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The Orthodox Church believe that …… are not permitted.
abortions
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Example of terminal contraception.
Sterilisation
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Why do Roman Catholics reject artificial birth control?
In a marriage it states that sex is given by God to provide children.
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Brief examples as to why some Christians believe that contraception is acceptable.
- Limit size of family (financial). - Woman's health. - Both husband and wife agree. - World is becoming overpopulated and the rate of poverty is increasing.
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Anglican Churches believe …... can be used for desired number of children by ……. influenced by ...
contraception, conscience, God
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What does promiscuity mean?
Having a lot of sexual relationships.
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What is meant by the term marriage?
A relationship between a husband and a wife which is legally recognises, and established by a religious or civil marriage ceremony.
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3 ways in which a divorce may be avoided.
-- Pre-marriage preparation. -- Marriage guidance agencies. -- Belief in marriage as a life-long commitment.
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