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All Study Information Regarding HSC Religion

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Full course outline with information for all topics learnt over the year. Complete essays for each topic regarding Christianity, Judaism and Australia post 1945

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Religion Spirituality Religious studies Culture Abrahamic religions Human Hinduism Australian Aboriginal mythology Religion in China
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Christianity PAGE 16 Term 3 – Judaism PAGE 32 Section 1 Preliminary NOR 1 – Define the terms: Supernatural Dimension, Transcendent and Immanent Supernatural: • The central commonality to all the world religions • The most significant element of a religious worldview is his belief in a divine being or power, which is greater than the known universe • This power is believed to be responsible for the creation of the world • The Semitic religions: Judaism, Christianity and Islam believe that the supernatural dimension is a single divine being or power (monotheism) • The two Eastern religions, Hinduism and Buddhism, derive from an understanding of a number of divine beings or powers (polytheism) Transcendent: • Belief in a divine power or powers beyond the human dimension • The divine being is seen to be separate and outside of the human and revealed to humanki...
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