Flashcards in Christianity Keywords Deck (84):
Doing what is right and fair based on the law.
Guidelines as to how people should behave in society.
Impose a penalty on someone for doing something wrong.
Restoring peace and friends between individuals or groups.
Someone who believes it is not possible to know whether god exists or not.
Someone who does not believe in God.
A non religious person who looks to reason and empathy.
A couple having sex where one or both is married to someone else.
Refusing to comply with certain laws as a form of peaceful protest against them.
Crime committed online.
Restore something to law abiding life.
Having the freedom to chose what to do.
Disrespect towards God or something sacred.
Discouragement from doing something.
Keeping someone or something from criminal harm.
Changing someone or something for the better.
Punishment given in revenge for a wrong that has been done.
Offender Behaviour programme.
Scheme intended to reduce reoffending by tackling issues associated with crime.
Restore friendly relations with someone.
To return to criminal behaviour
A form of rehab where criminals are given the opportunity to meet victims of crime.
Rights which all human beings are entitled to.
Inflicting severe pain on someone.
A public hearing by an independent tribunal established by law.
To be born of.
The spirit of God.
The son of God.
God as one being in three persons.
A power given by God.
All human beings.
Gifts given by God to believers.
The belief that the world was created in a literal six days.
Protecting something from being damaged or destroyed.
The surroundings in which plants and animals live and on which they depend for life.
Having the freedom to choose what to do.
Looking after something so it can be passed onto the next generation.
To take on flesh.
Being nailed to the cross and left to die.
Anything that prevents a relationship with God.
The action of restoring a relationship with God.
Guidelines as to how people should behave.
To say sorry for and turn away from any wrongdoing.
Day of Judgement
Time when God assesses a person's life and actions.
An area of Christian theology that is concerned with life after death.
Vale of soul-making
An environment in which human beings can overcome evil by making good choices.
Going to heaven.
Rising from the dead.
Prayers for those who are suffering.
A place where the souls of the dead cleansed and prepared for heaven.
Suffering caused by natural events.
Suffering caused by humans.
Being saved from sin.
The belief because of the love and mercy of God, that everyone will go to heaven.
A soul that lives on after the death of the physical body.
Place of eternal paradise.
Place of punishment.
A statement of firmly held beliefs.
A moment of suddenly revealing something surprising or great.
A season of preparation for Christmas
Seeing or hearing someone or something holy.
A holy place.
A journey to a religious or holy place.
A way of communicating with God.
The ceremony commemorating the La Supper.
An important Christian ceremony.
The name given to the main groups within the Church.
Where a person is welcomed into the Christian ceremony.
A set form of worship.
A form of worship which is not set.
A talk or teaching from a church leader.
Applying oil to a person's head.
Believers expressing love for God.
39 Articles of Religion
A historical record of beliefs held by the Church of England.
The week before Easter.
The week before Easter.
The birth of someone.
Staying awake in night in order to pray.
To change from one set of beliefs to another.
Sending individuals or groups to spread the Christian message.