Religion and Equality

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Discrimination
unfair treatment based on prejudice
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Ecumenism
the idea that all different Christian groups should be united together
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Evangelism
sharing beliefs and trying to persuade otehrs to follow them
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Forgiveness
the act of excusing a sin or wrongdoing
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Prejudice
prejudging someone or something without good reason or without full knowledge of the situation
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Reconciliation
bring opposing people or groups back together
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Equality
the state of being equal or being treated equally
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Social injustice
unfairness within society
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Racism
prejudice or discrimination because of race (colour, culture and ethnic group)
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Sexism
sometimes known as gender discrimination, being treated unfairly because of gender
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Missionary
someone sent on a religious or charitable mission in an attempt to convert people
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Evangelise
to spread the news of the Christian faith and to convert people to Christianity
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Apartheid
a political system in South Africa fro 1948 that separated the different people living there and gave privileges to those of European origin
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Sacrament
an outward, physical sign of inward, invisible grace
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Inclusivism
the belief that other religions contain some truth but that christianity contains the full truth
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Exclusivism
the belief that Christianity is the only true religion and is the only path to God
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Pluralism
the belief that all religions are equal and that there are many paths to God
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the idea that all different Christian groups should be united together

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Ecumenism

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sharing beliefs and trying to persuade otehrs to follow them

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the act of excusing a sin or wrongdoing

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prejudging someone or something without good reason or without full knowledge of the situation

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