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Flashcards in Rights And Responsibilites Deck (36):
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How do Christians looks for answers in the bible (4)

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What is the authority of the church (7)

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Conscience (3)

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Situation ethics (3)

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Authorities used to make a decision (4)

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Human rights in the UK (2)

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Human rights and Christianity (4)

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Voting an why get involved (3)

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Christianity and moral duty (3)

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Genetic engineering, positives and negatives (11)

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Liberal Protestants attitudes to genetic engineering (4)

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Roman Catholics and some other Christians attitude to genetic engineering (4)

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Bible study

The holy book of Christians

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Church

The community of of Christians (with a small c it means the christian place of worship)

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Conscience

An inner feeling of the rightness or wrongness of an action

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The Decalouge

The Ten Commandments

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Democratic processes

The ways in which all citizens can take part in government (usually through elections)

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Electoral processes

The ways in which voting is organised

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The Golden Rule

The teaching of Jesus that you should treat other as you would like them to treat you

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Human rights

The rights and freedoms to which everyone is entitled

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Political party

A group which tries to be elected into power on the basis of its policies (e.g. Labour, Conservative)

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Pressure group

A group formed to influence government policy on a particular issue

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Situation ethics

The idea that Christians should base moral decisions on what is the most loving thing to do

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Social change

The way in which society has changed and is changing ( and also the possibilities for future change)

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Bible study

The holy book of Christians

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Church

The community of of Christians (with a small c it means the christian place of worship)

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Conscience

An inner feeling of the rightness or wrongness of an action

28

The Decalouge

The Ten Commandments

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Democratic processes

The ways in which all citizens can take part in government (usually through elections)

30

Electoral processes

The ways in which voting is organised

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The Golden Rule

The teaching of Jesus that you should treat other as you would like them to treat you

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Human rights

The rights and freedoms to which everyone is entitled

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Political party

A group which tries to be elected into power on the basis of its policies (e.g. Labour, Conservative)

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Pressure group

A group formed to influence government policy on a particular issue

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Situation ethics

The idea that Christians should base moral decisions on what is the most loving thing to do

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Social change

The way in which society has changed and is changing ( and also the possibilities for future change)