Religion and Conflict - Evidence Revision

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Define authority.
Right or power over others
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What is a just war?
A war undertaken to protect innocent civilians to restire justice and peace
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Answering this like a GCSE style a) question, what is a conscience?
An innate moral sense that guides actions and responses. The Bible teaches that God created Christians with a conscience.
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What is interfaith dialogue? Give examples of people who promote interfaith dialogue.
Interfaith dialogue is exploring common grounds between different faith groups.
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What is reconciliation?
Bringing harmony to a situation of disagreement and discord.
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What is medical ethics?
The moral principles that affect medical issues and practice.
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On a pilgrimage to Mecca, Muslims wear white sheets. What is the specific name for this.
Ihram.
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What is the name of the pilgrimage to Mecca that can be done at any time of the year?
Umrah
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Who said "For where two or three come together in my name, I am there with them" ?
Jesus - it is found in the Bible
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What religion was Martin Luther King?
Baptist Minister
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What is the name given to the sayings of the Prophet Muhammad?
The Hadith.
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Give a piece of evidence to support why Muslims believe that their life is a test from Allah, and they will be judged on how the acted in their life.
"Life is a test from Allah" - Qur'an.
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What is pacifism?
The belief that any form of violence or war is unacceptable.
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What does jihad mean?
To strive.
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What is the greater jihad?
The struggle within a person to resist temptation and do good rather than evil. (Mental)
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What is a lesser jihad?
A military struggle to defend evil. (Physical)
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Answering this like a GCSE style a) question, what is a conscience?

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