RS Religions AQA

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Finish the Bible quotation: "Blessed are those.."
"...whose strength is in you, who have set their hearts on pilgrimage."
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Finish the Bible quotation: "Love your enemies..."
"..and pray for those who persecute you."
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Finish the Bible quotation: "All scripture.."
" inspired by God."
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Finish the Bible quotation: "For even the Son of Man.."
"..did not come to be served, but to serve, and to give his life as a ransom for many."
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Finish the Bible quotation: "Go and sell..."
"...all that you have to the poor, and you will have treasure in heaven."
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Finish the Hadith quotation: "Wherever the hour.."
"..of prayer overtakes you, pray: that place is a mosque."
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Finish the Qur'an quotation: "God commands.."
"..justice and kindness, and generosity to your family."
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Finish the Hadith quotation: "I leave behind me.."
"..two things, the Qur'an and my example. If you follow these you will never go astray."
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Finish the Hadith quotation: "Believers should be like.."
"..the bricks of a building. Every brick is supported and strengthened by another."
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What is a pilgrimage?
A journey with a religious experience.
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Give some reasons for and against pilgrimage.
Some Christians might feel that their faith should be strong enough that going on a pilgrimage is unecessary, however others would argue that it is important because it teaches peserverance (+ any others given).
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Define worship.
An act or ceremony of respect given to God.
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What are the Seven Sacraments of the Catholic Church?
Baptism, confirmation, reconciliation, anointing of the sick, marraige, holy orders and the Eucharist.
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What is liturgical worship and what does it include?
Worship that follows a set pattern. This includes Bible reading, sermons, prayers and the Eucharist.
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What is non-liturgical worship and what does it include?
Worship that does not follow a set pattern. Preaching and singing, as well as extemporary prayer (prayer using your own words).
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What are the 5 Pillars of Islam (in order)?
Shahadah, salah, zakat, hajj, sawm.
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Define adalat.
Belief in the justice of Allah. He is not cruel to his servants and everything he does is for the betterment of humanity.
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Give some beliefs about angels in Islam.
They are an element of the unseen world created by Allah and assist him. It is not in their nature to disobey him. They record a person's every thought and action.
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Give some key events in the life of the prophet Ibrahim.
His father was a sculptor of idols, however he did not see them as worthy of worship so destroyed them. He was commanded by Allah to sacrifice his son. He rebuilt the Ka'aba along with said son, Ismail.
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What happened to Muhammad during The Night Journey?
He was given instructions to pray 5 times and saw the 7 heavens.
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In which city does Muhammad smash idols within the Ka'aba?
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The main emphasis during Holy Communion in the Anglican Church is on community. How is this reflected in the service?
The Liturgy of the Eucharist begins with 'peace', in which the congregation shake hands with the person next to them and say "the peace of the Lord be with you"
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What are the 3 main parts of Roman Catholic Mass?
Introductory rites, Liturgy of the Word, Liturgy of the Eucharist
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Why is the symbolic sacrifice of Jesus repeated at Mass?
The Original Sin means that everyone who is forgiven will inevitably sin again.
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How does the church interior recreate heaven in Divine Liturgy in the Orthodox Church?
Priest wears vestements (colourful robes), the Royal Doors are painted with beautiful religious symbols, incense is used, candles are lit, Cherubic Hymn is sung.
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How do Christians respond to hostility?
With forgiveness and love rather than vengeance and hate. This is inspired by Jesus telling his followers, who had been shunned within Judaism, that "blessed are you when people insult you, persecute you..great is your reward in heaven."
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How do Christians respond to poverty?
Helping those in need is a core part of following Jesus' example.
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What is Open Doors?
Organisation that supports persecuted Christians.
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What does Open Doors do?
Delivers Bibles for distribution to Christians who often have to practice their faith in secret. In 2014, 3.1m books were sent to Christians in North Korea.
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What are the origins of Christian Aid?
It was set up at the end of WWII in response to the refugee crisis in Europe. Work was later extended beyond Europe and included helping newly independent countries and responding to natural disasters. It became Christian Aid during the 1960s.
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What problems does Myanmar, Burma face?
Natural disasters due to geographical location. No stable government since 2016. Malaria kills 7% of under 5s.
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How does Christian Aid help in Myanmar?
Trains healthcare workers to detect early signs of malaria so that victims can start treatment earlier and distributes insecticide treated mosquito nets.
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What are Christian Aid's main aims?
End poverty and generate global justice.
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Why is Iona a place of pilgriamge?
Symbolic centre of Scottish Christianity since St Columba landed at the south end of the island in 563 AD and established a monastery there.
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What does Jesus' resurrection teach Christains?
Assures Christians of all times that Jesus really is the Son of God, as well as verifying his teachings and prophecies. He defeated the power of sin and death.
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What are the 10 Obligatory Acts of Shi'a Islam?
Salah, sawm, hajj, zakah, khums, jihad, amr-bil-maroof, nahi-anril-munktar, tawalla, tabarra.
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What is Amr-bil-Maroof in Shi'a Islam?
Encouraging others to do good.
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What is Nahi-anril Munktar in Shi'a Islam?
Discouraging the bad.
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What is tawalla?
Loving friends of Allah and family of Muhammad.
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What is tabarra?
Hating the enemies of Muhammad.
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What are the 5 Roots of Usul Ad-Din in Shi'a Islam?
Tawhid, adalat, risalah, imamate, day of judgement.
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How might Hajj affect the life of a Muslim?
Inspire them to do better for themselves, God and the community. Each event symbolises a key way of how a Muslim can change for the better e.g. The Sai teaches patience, as the story of Hajar teaches a Muslim to never give up and have faith in Allah.
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What are the 6 Sunni Articles of Faith?
Tawhid, angels, prophets, books, judgement day, Allah's will
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Explain the Sunni-Shi'a split.
Sunnis believe Muhammad had no rightful heir and thus religious leaders should be elected, however Shi'a believe only Allah can select leaders. They maintain that Ali was the rightful heir.
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