unit 4

the holy book of christians
1 of 48
the community of christians ( church with a small c means a christian place of worship )
2 of 48
an inner feeling of the rightness or wrongness of an action
3 of 48
the decalogue
the ten commandments
4 of 48
democratic processes
the way in which all citizens can take part in goverment ( usually through elections )
5 of 48
electoral processes
the way in which voting is organized
6 of 48
the golden rule
the teaching of jesus that you should treat others as you would like to be treated
7 of 48
human rights
the right and freedoms to which everyone is entitled
8 of 48
political party
a group which tries to be elected into power on the basis of its politics
9 of 48
pressure group
a group to influence goverment policy on a particular issue
10 of 48
situation ethics
the idea that christians should base moral decisions on what is the most loving thing to do
11 of 48
social change
the way in which society has chnaged and is changing
12 of 48
artificial insemination
injecting semen into the uterus by artifical means
13 of 48
protecting and preserving natural resouces and the eviroment
14 of 48
the act of creating the universe or the universe created
15 of 48
a fertilised egg in the first eight weeks after conception
16 of 48
the surrounding in which plants and animals live
17 of 48
global warming
the increase in the tempreture of the earths atmosphere
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not being able to have children
19 of 48
in-vitro fertilisation
the method of fertilising a human egg in a test tube
20 of 48
natural resource
naturally occurring materials, such as oil and fertile land, which can be used by humans
21 of 48
organ donation
giving organs to be used in transplant surgery
22 of 48
looking after something so that is can be passed on
23 of 48
an arragement whereby a woman bears a child on behalf of another woman or where an egg is donated and fertilised by the husband through IVF and then implanted into the wifes uterus
24 of 48
attacking without being provoked
25 of 48
intimidating/frightening people weaker than yourself
26 of 48
conflict resolution
bringing a fight or struggle to a peaceful conclusion
27 of 48
taking advantage of a weaker group
28 of 48
stopping blaming someone and/or pardoning them for what they have done wrong
29 of 48
just war
a war which is fought for the right reasons and in a right way
30 of 48
the belief that all disputes should be setteled by peaceful means
31 of 48
bringing together people who where opposed to each other
32 of 48
treating a person or there feelings with consideration
33 of 48
the united nation
an international body set up to premote world peace and co operation
34 of 48
weapons of mass destruction
weapons which can destroy large areas and numbers of people
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world peace
the ending of war throughout the whole world (the basic aim of the united nations )
36 of 48
a recurring compulsion to engage in an activity regardless of its bd effects
37 of 48
capital punishment
the death penelty for a crime or offence
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an act against the law
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the idea that punishment should be of such a nature that they will put people off commiting crimes
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the act of judging people and their actions
41 of 48
due allocation of reward and punishment/the maintenance of what is right
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rules made by pariment and enforces by the courts
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the idea that punishment should try and change criminals so that they will not commit a crime again
44 of 48
restore to normal life
45 of 48
being responsible for ones actions
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the idea that punishment should make criminals pay for what they have done wrong
47 of 48
an act against the will of god
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Other cards in this set

Card 2




the community of christians ( church with a small c means a christian place of worship )

Card 3




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Card 4


the decalogue


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Card 5


democratic processes


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