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SOR II Complete HSC Notes - Christianity, Islam, Judaism, Religion and Peace

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Religion in Australia Post 1945 Contemporary Aboriginal Spiritualities Discuss how Aboriginal spirituality is determined by the Dreaming Discuss the continuing effect of dispossession on Aboriginal Spiritualities Outline the importance of the following for the Land Rights Movement: Analyse the importance of the dreaming for the land rights movement Religious Expression in Australia – 1945 to present Outline changing patterns of religious adherence from 1945 to the present using Census data Account for the present religious landscape in Australia in relation to: Describe the impact of Christian ecumenical movements in Australia Evaluate the importance of interfaith dialogue in multifaith Australia Examine the relationship between Aboriginal Spiritualities and religious traditions in the process of Reconciliation Religion and Non-Religion The religious dimension in human history Investigate statistical data of the current global distribution of the five major religious traditions Explain the religious dimension’s significance in terms of providing meaning and purpose for an individual, social cohesion and social transformation New Religious Expression Recognise the reasons for the rise of new religious expressions as people: Explain how the following have influenced the growth of new religious expressions and spiritualities: Non-Religious Worldviews Discuss how Agnosticism, Atheism and Humanism determine the aspirations and behaviour of individuals The Difference between Religious and Non-Religious Worldviews Compare the response of ONE religious tradition and ONE non-religious belief system to: Christianity Significant Person Explain the contribution of Paul of Tarsus to the development and expression of Christianity Analyse the impact of Paul of Tarsus on Christianity Ethics Describe and explain Christian ethical teachings on bioethics Significant Practice Describe Baptism Demonstrate how Baptism expresses the beliefs of Christianity Analyse the significance of Baptism for both the individual and the Christian community Islam Significant Person Explain the contribution of Khadijah to the development and expression of Islam Significant Practice Describe Hajj Demonstrate how Hajj expresses the beliefs of Islam Analyse the significance of Hajj for both the individual and the Muslim community Islamic Bioethics Bioethical Principles Abortion Sanctity of Life Recognising Allah as the creator Stewardship of other creatures, the environment and one’s own health Organ Donation The sanctity of life Stewardship and Actions Lesser of two evils Judaism Significant Person Explain the contribution of Moses Maimonides to the development and expression of Judaism Ethics Describe and explain Jewish ethical teachings on bioethics Significant Practice Describe the process of death and mourning Demonstrate how the death and mourning process expresses the beliefs of Islam Analyse the significance of death and mourning for both the individual and the Jewish community Religion and Peace

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Law Indigenous peoples of Oceania Religion in Australia Indigenous Australians Aboriginal title Interfaith dialogue Religion Aboriginal Australians Mabo v Queensland Australian Aboriginal mythology Mabo Aboriginal history of Western Australia
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Ceremonial life - Heavily focuses on rites of passage such as initiation and death and burial and periodic ceremonies unconnected with the life cycle and performed at various intervals. - For example, balance rites were of high importance to Aboriginal hunters and gatherers as their environment held an uncertainty about the continuity of essential supplies, the most common of their rituals related to ensuring the continuation of a particular species and therefore their food supplies. - Death is important as it is not seen as the end of life but rather the last ceremony of pr...
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