R.S vocab

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Chastity
no sex before marriage – to remain sexually pure for marriage
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Commitment
a sense of dedication and obligation to someone or something
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Conflict
the stresses and strains that take place within all human relationships
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Love
one of the most powerful human emotions that joins people together
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Reconciliation
saying sorry and making up after an argument
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Responsibilities
actions you are expected to carry out
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Authority
power over others through position or moral teaching
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Discrimination
the actions of treating groups of people differently
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Equality
the belief or state that everyone should have equal rights
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Identity
the sense of who you are in terms of attitudes, character and personality
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Injustice
where everyone is not treated with fairness
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Prejudice
judging people to be inferior or superior without cause
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Afterlife
a belief that human existence continues after death
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Awe
a sense of wonder in relation to God’s creation or presence
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Community
a group of people who are joined together because they share something in common
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God
the ultimate and supreme power given worship
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Revelation
the ways in which God chooses to reveal himself to people
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Symbolism
a representation of an idea through actions or images
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Creation
the way in which something is uniquely made
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Dominion
being in charge and having power over others
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Environment
the surroundings of the place in which human beings live
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Humanity
all of the people who live on the Earth
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Soul
the part of human nature which is spiritual in form and influences an individual’s personality
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Stewardship
God given responsibility to care for the world
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Conflict
clashes and breakdowns of relationships
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Interfaith dialogue
exploring common grounds between different faith groups
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Just War
a war undertaken to protect the innocent or those being violated and to restore justice and peace
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Non-Violent Protest
t showing disapproval without damaging property or causing any threat
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Pacifism
the belief that any form of violence or war is unacceptable
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Reconciliation
bringing harmony to a situation of disagreement and discord
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Conscience
an innate moral sense that guides actions and responses
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Free will
the belief that nothing is determined
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Hippocratic Oath
A special promise made by those working in medicine to do their best to preserve a life
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Medical Ethics
the moral principles that affect medical issues and practice
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Quality of life
the extent to which life is meaningful and pleasurable
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Sanctity of life
life is precious and utterly priceless
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Community
a group of people who are joined together because they share something in common
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Evangelism
spreading a faith or religion to others
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Faith
to have trust or confidence
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Pilgrimage
a form of spiritual adventure
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Sacred
something to be revered or respected above other things
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Authority
right or power over others
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Duty
something you do because it is the accepted pattern of behaviour
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Human Rights
something a person is entitled to because they are human
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Justice
where everyone has equal provisions and opportunity
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Personal Conviction
something a person strongly feels or believes in
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Punishment
a penalty given to someone for a crime or wrong they have done
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