Religious Studies-Relationships and family, GCSE

what is a nuclear family ?
a basic family unit made up of a mum, dad and their children
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what is a reconstituted family ?
a family which is formed on the re-marriage of divorced or widowed person including children
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what is an extended family ?
a family which extends beyond just parents and their children. eg, grandparents
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how are religious parents expected to bring up their children ?
so that the are generous, respecting towards all life, loyal and have self disipline
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why is it important for Christian families to love each other ?
because it is important to god
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what does procreation mean ?
when you bring babies into the world
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why do you need your family ?
for love and support, stability and education in a faith
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what does god teach you about how to behave with your family ?
"you should do what your parents tell you" and that you should "discipline your son and he will give you peace"
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what is hetro-sexual ?
when you are attracted to the opposite sex
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what is the contemporary British attitude to human sexuality ?
that they are generally more accepting of all kinds of sexual activities
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when was same sex marriage recognised in the law ?
2013
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what is the church of England's view on homosexuality ?
It's ok as long as you're in a committed relationship and love each other "go forth and increase in number"
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what are Roman Catholics negative views on homosexuality ?
that homo sexuality is wrong! And it's a grave sin
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what is sex outside of marriage (adultery) ?
when you are unfaithful to your spouse
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what is the contemporary british view towards sex before marriage ?
that is it now accepted because it is seen as the "done thing"
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what is a civil partnership ?
a legal union of same sex marriage
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what is cohabitation ?
a couple living together + having a sexual relationship without being married
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what is a covenant ?
a promise or agreement
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what are some reasons why people get married ?
for: security, respect, love, commitment, money and family
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what is a sacrament ?
a special religious event
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what is Roman Catholics view on sex before marriage ?
that it is wrong especially at the risk of pregnancy and STI's, you should also be pure (a virgin) when you are married
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what does the Church of England think about sex before marriage?
that it is acceptable in the correct circumstances
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what does sex outside of marriage result in ?
a grave sin
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what is Sikh's views on marriage ?
that is a commitment of companionship instead of being for sexual enjoyment
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what are some reasons for divorce ?
cheating, committing crimes, abusive and falling out of love
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what is annulment ?
a Catholic church ruling that a marriage was never valid
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what is Sikh's views on divorce ?
that the couples are expected to remain faithful so divorce should not occur but if it does it should only be in certain circumstances
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what are some methods of contraception ?
the pill, condom, t-coil
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what is meant by natural methods of contraception ?
that you plan when to have sex so that you don't have to use artificial contraception
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what are the contemporary British views towards contraception ?
that is it acceptable to use any form of contraception
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what does the Church of England think about contraception ?
that is is acceptable in certain circumstances such as preventing unwanted births
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what are Sikh's views on contraception ?
there are no rules in Sikhism about contraception, but natural methods of contraception are preferred
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what are contemporary family issues ?
same- sex parents, polygamy
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What does the purpose of marriage stand for
Permanent, union, restricts sex, procreate, once in a life time, sacrament, everlasting
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What's the Role of children ?
To respect elders, respect all life
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Describe the marriage event
Takes place in church, bride wears white, make and exchange vows
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What is the significance of the events and symbols given in marriage ?
Bride wears white to symbolise purity, rings worn to show solidarity of God, church is where God is,
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Quotes on marriage
People should be married to have children
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What do Roman Catholics believe about contraception ?
Shouldn't need to use it as you shouldn't have sex and you shouldn't only use natural methods
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What are all the Christians denominations think about gender discrimination?
That you shouldn't discriminate against anyone and you should treat people how you want tot be treated
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what is a reconstituted family ?

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a family which is formed on the re-marriage of divorced or widowed person including children

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what is an extended family ?

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how are religious parents expected to bring up their children ?

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why is it important for Christian families to love each other ?

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