Religious Education

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(a) (i) What do Catholics mean by 'omnipotence'?
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(ii) What do Catholics mean by 'stewardship'?
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(i) Describe St Catherine of Siena's teaching about being made in the image of God
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(ii) Describe two of the symbols in the 'Tree of Life' apse mosaic in St Clemente in Rome represent.
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(c) (i) Explain, from either Catholic Christianity and Judaism or two Christian traditions, teachings about the origins of the universe.
 Catholics read the Bible as an inspired text which had real human authors, so they do not read the Creation accounts literally  Catholics read the creation stories as inspired poems/metaphors/myths about the relationship between God the creator and God’s creation  Catholics believe that God is the ultimate creator but that this is compatible with a belief in the ‘Big Bang’ and evolution.
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(2)(c) (i) Explain, from either Catholic Christianity and Judaism or two Christian traditions, teachings about the origins of the universe.
 Some Christians read the Bible as an inspired text, every word of which is literally true, so they do read the Creation accounts literally  Some read the creation stories as scientific or historical descriptions of the beginning of the universe  Some reject the idea of a Big Bang and evolution and believe that God created the world in six days  Some believe the universe is only about 6,000 years old.
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(3)(c) (i) Explain, from either Catholic Christianity and Judaism or two Christian traditions, teachings about the origins of the universe.
 Some Orthodox Jews believe the creation accounts are literal descriptions of the origins of the universe.  Prayers are said in Orthodox synagogues expressing this belief ‘Blessed be He who spoke and the world existed.’  Other Jewish denominations believe that the creation accounts are metaphorical stories which shouldn’t be considered as historical facts.  For all Jews, God is the source of all life and referred to throughout the Torah as the sole creator.
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(ii) Explain, from either Catholic Christianity and Judaism or two Christian traditions, how the Bible is interpreted.
 Catholics read the Bible as an inspired text which means that God worked through human authors to be revealed to human beings.  They also believe that these authors were of course fully human and therefore limited in their understanding and living in a particular time and place.  For Catholics, the truth revealed in the Bible needs to be carefully and authoritatively interpreted by the Church/Magisterium
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(b) Describe Jewish beliefs about God as Creator. [5]
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(c) Explain different Jewish beliefs about the Messiah.
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‘Belief in the afterlife is not important in Judaism.’Discuss[15]
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(b) Describe how Pesach (Passover) is celebrated.
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(c) Explain why the home is important in Judaism.
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(d) ‘You have to keep kosher to be Jewish.’Discuss
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(a) What do Catholics mean by the ‘Magisterium’? [2]
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(b) Describe Catholic beliefs about the resurrection of the body. [5]
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(c) Explain three features of a Catholic funeral rite.
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(i) ‘Euthanasia is never acceptable (15 marks)
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‘There is no such thing as purgatory.’(15 marks)
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(a) (i) What do Catholics mean by the ‘Eucharist’? [2]
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(ii) What do Catholics mean by ‘relativism’?
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(b) (i) Describe Pope John Paul II’s teaching on capital punishment.
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(ii) Describe Catholic teaching on the nature of the Church.
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) (i) Explain how Catholic beliefs about salvation influence the design of churches.
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(ii) Explain Catholic teaching about the importance of evangelisation.
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) ‘A loving God would not condemn anyone to Hell.’(15 marks)
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‘Only Humanists have a duty to care for the environment (15 marks)
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(a) What do Catholics mean by ‘conscience’?
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b) Describe what St Augustine taught about the origin of evil
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(c) Explain, from either Catholic Christianity and Judaism or two Christian traditions, beliefs about the Incarnation. [8]
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(i) ‘Suffering is not always evil.’(15 marks)
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(ii) ‘Having statues in churches is against the Ten Commandments.(15 marks)
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(a) What do Catholics mean by the ‘soul’? [2]
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(b) Describe Catholic teaching about the importance of dying well.
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(c) Explain the importance of the Second Vatican Council.
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(d) (i) ‘The quality of life is more important than the sanctity of life
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(ii) ‘There is life after death’
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2. (a) (i) What do Catholics mean by ‘forgiveness’?
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(ii) What do Catholics mean by 'evangelisation'?
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(b) (i) Describe Catholic teaching on capital punishment.
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(ii) Describe Jesus’ teaching about forgiveness in Matthew’s Gospel
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c) (i) Explain why the death of Jesus is important to Christians.
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(ii) Explain how Catholics see Mary as a model of the Church.
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(d) ‘Some actions are always wrong.’(15 marks)
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SENECCA HOMEWORK
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*trinity
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