Candidate Number: 2021 3019 Explain how the principal teachings of religious traditions provide motivation for individuals or organisations working for world peace. Use one specific individual or organisation from two religious traditions. World peace is
Scaffold for sexual essay Intro - Discuss the three main areas of ethical teaching. - Refer to denominations - Three areas that will be discussed - Mention agape and life and death of Jesus 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th Agape Eros Beliefs Pre-marital sex Ethical te
The religious dimension in human history: Identify the following expressions of the religious dimension in human history: Animism: Definition: The belief that souls exist in all natural objects and phenomena. One of the earliest developed theories on `the
Ethics Essay - Describe and explain Christian ethical teaching on sexual ethics The Christian ethical system has three main scripture areas that it refers to which are; the Ten Commandments [Exodus 20: 1-17], Jesus commandment to love which refers to Agap
Practice Questions [draft two] Jordan Wilson 1. The Dreaming contains all the underlying principles of Aboriginal spirituality, which is inextricably connected to the land and the kinship is described through different aspects of the land. The dreaming co
Q Outline the changes in the Catholic Church as a result of the Vatican II and explain the impact of these changes on Christianity. A The Catholic Church was affected greatly by the different implications of Vatican II. Pope John 23 was in powe
Religious tradition depth study [Cristianity] Pope John XXIII Biography: Angelo Giuseppe Roncalli was born to relatively poor Italian parents in Northern Italy in 1881. He was ordained a Priest in 1904, and eventually taught at the Pontifical Lateran Semi
Short answer questions by Jordan Q Outline the marriage ceremony making specific reference to variants of Christianity. [4 marks] Marriage is a loving, lifelong relationship in which two people are committed to each other. The marriage ceremony or wedding
1. Demonstrate the importance of Native Title for the Land Rights Movement.
A loss of identity, the loss of kinship and consequently the inability to exercise ceremonial responsibilities, the Native Title act was the watershed within the land rights movem
Outline the changes in the Catholic Church as a result of Vatican II and explain the impact of these changes on Christianity.
"I want to throw open the windows of the Church so that we can see out and the people can see in." Pope John XXIII The second Vat
HSC STUDIES OF RELIGION
2009 HSC ASSESSMENT TASK 3 2 Unit Course Topic:Religious Tradition Depth Studies: Christianity and Islam, Religion and Non Religion Due Date: Weighting: Marks: Nature of Task: Exam Block. 20 / 100 65 marks Examination.
Islamic Views of Peace Surah 5:8 YUSUFALI: O ye who believe! stand out firmly for Allah, as witnesses to fair dealing, and let not the hatred of others to you make you swerve to wrong and depart from justice. Be just: that is next to piety: and fear Allah
Studies Of Religion 2 Unit
Candidate Number: 2021 3019
Explain how the principal teachings of religious traditions provide motivation for individuals or organisations working for world peace. Use one specific individual or organisation from t
Religion in Australia Post-1945
Students learn about:
Religious expression in Australia 1945 to the present the religious landscape from 1945 to the present in relation to: changing patterns of religious adherence the current religious landscape
A romance or close intercultural friendship may be a way to bring abstract concepts like "culture" or
"race" to life. Learning about other cultures through close relationships with people from that culture
is usually more compelling than gaining kn