Define authority.
Authority means right or power over others.
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Define a community.
A community is a group of people who are joined together because they share something in common.
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Define conflict.
Clashes and breakdwons of relationships.
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a) Explain what religious believers mean by 'conscience.'
A conscience is an innate moral sense which guides actions and responses. The Bible teaches that God created Christians with free-will.
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What is a duty?
A duty is someting you do because it is the accepted pattern of behaviour.
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Define evangelism.
Evangelism is spreading a faith or religion to others.
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What does faith mean?
Faith means to have trust or confidence.
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a) Explain what religious believers mean by a 'free-will.'
Free will is the belief that nothing is determined. The Bible teaches that God created humans with free-will.
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What does 'Hippocratic Oath' mean?
The Hippocratic Oath is a special promise made by those working in medicine to do their best to preserve life.
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What are human rights?
Human rights are something a person is entitled to because they are human
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Define identity.
Identity is the sesnse of who you are in terms of attitudes, character and personality.
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What is interfaith dialogue? State what it is, and give an example of a religious group who promote Interfaith Dialogue.
Interfaith dialogue is exploring common grounds between different faith groups. Corrymeela are a Christian group who promote interfaith dialogue.
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What does justice mean?
Justice is where everyone has equal provisions and opportunity.
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What is a just war?
A just war is a war undertaken to protect the innocent or those being violated and to restore justice and peace.
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Define medical ethics.
Medical ethics are the moral principles that affect medical issues and practice.
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What is a non-violent protest?
Showing disapproval without damaging property or causing any violence.
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What is pacifism?
Pacifisim is the belief that any from of violence or war is unacceptable.
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What is a personal conviction?
A personal conviction is something a person strongly feels or believes in/
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What is a pilgrimage, and where do Muslims go on a pilgrimage to?
A pilgrimage is a form of spiritual adventure. Muslims go on Hajj to Mecca, in Saudi Arabia.
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What is a punishment?
A penalty given to someone for a crime or wrong they have done.
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What is quality of life?
The extent to which life is meaningful and pleasurable.
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What is reconciliation?
Bringing harmony to a situation of disagreement and discord.
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What does sacred mean?
Something to be revered or respected above other things.
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What is sanctity of life?
The belief that life is precious.
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What does jihad mean?
To strive.
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What is a greater jihad?
The struggle within a person to resist tempation and do good rather than evil.
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What is a lesser jihad?
A military struggle to defend Islam.
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What does pro-life?
Those who do not agree with abortion because they believe the foetus has the right to life.
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What does pro-choice mean?
Those who believe the mother has the right to choose whether or not she has an abortion.
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What is IVF?
In vitro fertilization is the method of fertilising a human egg in a laboratory.
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What does ummah mean?
The feeling of brotherhood amongst all Muslims.
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Define ihram.
The white sheets worn by Muslims on hajj.
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Define umrah.
Umrah is the lesser pilgrimage to Mecca, which can be undertaken at any time of the year,
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What is capital punishment?
Capital punishment is the death penalty for a crime or offence.
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Define 'revealed book.'
A book that contains the words directly handled down to humans by God/Allah.
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Define 'madrassah.'
The madrassah is the school at the mosque where children learn to read the Qur'an and are educated in their religion.
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