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Religion and Life - Unit 1 Complete Notes

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All that is needed to complete semester 1 examination for Religion and Life ATAR, broken up into questions

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Religion and Life - Unit 1 Complete Notes
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Christianity Religion Anti-Catholicism Western culture Protestantism Catholic Church Christian denomination Baptism Eastern Orthodox Church Reformation Belief Revelation
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Christianity Religion Anti-Catholicism Western culture Protestantism Catholic Church Christian denomination Baptism Eastern Orthodox Church Reformation Belief Revelation
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1. What are some significant life events Birth, development into adulthood, marriage, death. 2. What questions do these events prompt people to ask about the meaning and purpose of life Birth can stir questions about: - unborn life - parenthood - the wonder of the new born child - the depth of personal joy - family relationships - belonging Development into adulthood can prompt questions relating to: - the desire to be accepted as responsible - how to become more responsible - discovering how to influence and make a difference - personal identity within society - social and community responsibilities - future vocations and work Marriage encourages people to ask questions relating to: - commitment - the path to future life - relationships - parenthood - personal priorities - trust - sharing Death leads t...
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