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SOR Depth Study Christianity Summary Notes

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Study notes for SOR1, covering St John Paul II, Baptism and Bioethics. Notes contain quotes and significant events.

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SOR Depth Study Christianity Summary Notes
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Christianity Baptism Believer's baptism Infant baptism Immersion baptism Pentecostalism Catholic Church Born again Ecumenism Baptism in early Christianity Conversion to Christianity
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Topics this document covers:
Christianity Baptism Believer's baptism Infant baptism Immersion baptism Pentecostalism Catholic Church Born again Ecumenism Baptism in early Christianity Conversion to Christianity
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He grew up just 24km from Auschwitz and lived through the Nazi and Communist occupation of Poland. • He also grew up through adversity, with his mother dying before his ninth birthday and his eldest brother by the time he was 12. • His father was a military leader of the Polish Guard, and as a result used military discipline throughout JPII upbringing. 1.2 THE WORK OF JP2 1.2.1 Bringing the Church to Cultures • St John Paul II had a global vision to bring the church’s teachings to the individual cultures present around the world. Consequently, he was the single most travelled Pope. Major travel milestones include; • Initiated communication with the Netherlands, a predominantly Liberal nation with negative past experiences. Did this knowing that it could end badly. • Visited Latin America 197...
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