Religion and Conflict Keywords

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Peace
This is an ideal state were there is no violence or fear of such to any living being
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Conscience
Something that helps a person choose right and avoid wrong
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Pacifism
The belief that any form of violence or war is unacceptable. They will therefore not particpate in any violent actions
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Non-Violent Protest
Where people protest or show their disapproval in a way that shows there is no violence or intimidation in their actions
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Reconciliation
Making up after a quarrel or dispute and working together again
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Conflict
A war or something that involves some kind of fight between people.
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Tolerance
Accepting people for who they are regardless of the colour of their skin or where they come from or who they belong to culturally
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Authority
The power which comes with being the most important organisation in the world e.g the United Nations.
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Golden Rule
Do to others what you would have them do to you
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Just
This is a way of describing the meaning of justice when someone or a group of people do something wrong to a fellow group of people in a way that may hurt, injure or kill them
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Ecumenical
Where people of different religious and denominational backgrounds come together to explore each others beliefs and search for peace between each other
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Something that helps a person choose right and avoid wrong

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Conscience

Card 3

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The belief that any form of violence or war is unacceptable. They will therefore not particpate in any violent actions

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Card 4

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Where people protest or show their disapproval in a way that shows there is no violence or intimidation in their actions

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Card 5

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Making up after a quarrel or dispute and working together again

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