religous exam (key terms )

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1. reform - the idea that punishment should try to change criminals so they wont commint that crime again

2. responsibity - being responsible for ones actions

3. retribution - the idea that punishment should make criminals pay for what they have done wrong

4. sin - an act against the will of God

5. conflict resolution - bringing a fight to a peaceful conclusion

5.1. exploitation - taking advantage of a weaker group

5.1.1. forgiveness - stopping blaming someone for what they have done wrong

5.1.1.1. just war - a war which is fought for the right reasons and in a right way

5.1.1.1.1. pacifism - the belief that all disputes should be settled in a non violent way

5.1.1.1.2. reconciliation - bringing together people who were opposed to eachother

5.1.1.1.3. respect - treating a person or their feelings into consideration

5.1.1.1.4. the united nations - an international body set up to promote world peace

5.1.1.1.5. world peace - the ending of war throughout the whole world

5.1.1.1.6. addiction - being overly reliant on an activity regardless of its bad effects

5.1.1.1.7. capital punishment - the death penalty for a crime or offense

5.1.1.1.8. judgement - the act of judging people and their action

5.1.1.1.9. justice - due allocation of reward and punishment /the maintence of what is right

5.1.1.1.10. law - rules made by parliment to protect citizens

5.1.1.1.11. rehabilitation - restore to normal life

6. bullying - itmidating/ frigheting people weaker than yourself

7. organ donation - giving organs to be used in transplant surgery

7.1. aggression - attacking without being provoked

8. crime - an act against the law

9. weapons of mass destruction - weapons which can destroy large areas and cooperation

10. deterrence - the idea that punishment should be of such a nature that will put people off

11. natural resources - natually occurring resources which can be used by humans

12. in-virtro fertilisation - the method of fertilising a human egg in a test tube

13. infertlity- not being able to have children

14. global warming - the increse in temperature of the earths atmosphere

15. embryo- a fertilized egg in the first 8 weeks after conception

16. enviroment- the sourrounding in which plants and animals live and on which they depend to live

17. creation - the act of creating the universe or the universe which has been created

18. conservation - protecting and preserving natural resources and the enviroment

19. social change - the way in which society has changed and is changing

19.1. artificial insemination - injecting semen into the uterus by artificial means

20. situation ethics - the idea that christians should base moral decisions on what is the most loving thing to do

21. pressure group - a group formed to influence goverment policy

22. political party - a group which tries to be elcted into power on the basis of its policies

23. the golden rule - the teaching of jesus that you should treat others the way you would want to be treated

23.1. human rights - the rights and freedoms to which everyone is entitled to

24. electoral processes - the way in wich voting is organised

25. democratic processes- the way in which all citizens can take part in goverment (throught election)

26. the decalogue- the ten commandments

27. conscience - an inner feeling of the rightness or wrongness of an action

28. Church - the community of christians

29. bible - the holy book of christians

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