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Religious Studies

Asked by Raya

Explain two reasons why baptism is important

1. Baptism brings your child into the world of Christianity and officially makes them a child of God. This means they can have their 1st Communion, their Confirmation and can get married in a church. Finally, it means they have a chance of going to Heaven when they die. 2. It also strengthens the parents tie to the religion as it shows God that they want their child to follow on their footsteps a... more

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Asked by Zahraa

Give two ways in which believing that God is all loving might influence Christians today

1. If a Christian truly believes God is all loving, then it stops that person from discriminating against people with different views. 2. They might also forgive themselves and others more easily because, if God loves that person, then so should you.

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Asked by Isabella

What is the authority of the Qur’an?

The Qur'an is the most important source of authority as it is believed to be the revealed word of God. Muslims believe it is the most sacred text and contains ultimate guidance for all humankind. There is more on the BBC bite-size website. Hope this helps!

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Asked by Ilham

Explain two christian beliefs about the cause of sin

The cause of sin is well linked to its origin in Genesis in the Garden of Eden, specifically following the famous rebellious exchange between Eve and the Serpent. However different interpreters of the Bible have read this, whether as literal, or as metaphor, this is generally accepted as the pivotal moment in the Christian narrative at which man becomes corrupted by sin forever. The cause of origi... more

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Asked by Jasmine

Explain 2 Christian beliefs about sun

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Asked by Isabella

What is the authority of the Qur’an?

In Islam, the Quran is believed to be the word of God (Allah), which was revealed to the final Prophet, Muhammad ﷺ through the Angel Gabriel over a span of 23 years. It has been unchanged and completely preserved since the time of revelation and is believed by Muslims to be the ultimate form of guidance. It contains advice, prohibitions and stories to reflect upon such that one can better themselv... more

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Asked by Theo

Explain 2 contrasting beliefs in contemporary british society about sexual relationships before marriage

Some people believe that sexual relations before marriage should not be a problem as it is your choice what to do with your body. A healthy sexual relationship with your spouse is also important for a happy and healthy marriage and waiting until after the wedding may not be a good idea as it could turn out that the 2 people are sexually incompatible. On the other hand, others believe that sex befo... more

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Asked by Magpie

Explain two ways in which belief in the creation story influences christians today. refer to scripture or sacred writing in your answer

Genesis 1:26 - "Let us make man in our image, after our likeness. And let them have dominion over the fish of the sea and over the birds of the heavens" . This inspires christians to show stewardship to God's word, by looking after nature that has been created by God and gifted to humans. It would lead them to look after nature and be caretakers of the earth. Another way it influences Christians... more

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Asked by Imad

2 ways the crucifixion influence Christians

1. It was a sign that God loves his people as he sacrificed his own son for our sins so we now have Easter to remind us of that important day. 2. It cemented Christians belief in God as Jesus then rose from the dead 3 days later so it was a sure sign that God exists.

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