RELIGION AND LIFE ISSUES KEY CONCEPTS

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Commitment
Making and keeping promises. For example, wedding vows.
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Chastity
The decision not to have sex before marriage. For example, because it is believed that sex is sacred
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Conflict
Working against each other rather than in unity. For example, war.
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Love
One of the most powerful human emotions that joins people together. For example, Philia.
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Reconciliation
Saying sorry and making up after an argument. For example, reconciliation services.
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Responsibilities
Actions you are expected to carry out. For example, being a parent.
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Authority
Right or power over others. For example, parents.
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Discrimination
Treating people differently. For example, racism.
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Prejudice
Judging someone to be inferior or superior before you know them. For example, disability.
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Injustice
Where everyone is not treated with fairness. For example, lack of shelter or food.
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Identity
The sense of who you are. For example, you are unique.
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Equality
The belief or state that everyone should have equal rights. For example, free health care.
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God
The ulimate and powerful being. For example, the creator of the world.
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Symbolism
Something that explains something else. For example, the cross symbolises Jesus died for us.
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Afterlife
The belief that human existence continues after death. For example, Heaven and Hell.
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Awe
Completely overwhelmed by a sense of God's presence. For example, amazement at nature.
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Revelation
The ways that God chooses to reveal himself to people. For example, Jesus.
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Community
A group of people who share something in common. For example, school.
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Creation
The way in which something is uniquely made. For example, the world.
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Dominion
Being in charge and having power over something. For example, The Prime Minister
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Environment
The surroundings in which human beings live. For example, your home.
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Humanity
All of the people who live on Earth. For example, showing love to others is humanity.
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Soul
The part pf a human which is believed to live on after death. For example, Heaven and Hell.
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Stewardship
The responsibility God gave to care for the world we are given. For example, recycling.
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The decision not to have sex before marriage. For example, because it is believed that sex is sacred

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Chastity

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Working against each other rather than in unity. For example, war.

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One of the most powerful human emotions that joins people together. For example, Philia.

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Card 5

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Saying sorry and making up after an argument. For example, reconciliation services.

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