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Year 12 ATAR Religion & Life Notes

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Notes for Year 12 ATAR Religion covering the following topics: -Secularism -Vatican II -Marriage -Gay Marriage -Mother Teresa and her work -Freedom -The Place of Religion in Society -Religion in Historical Contexts -Current Issues for Religion

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Catholic Church Christianity Christian theology Religion and politics Agnosticism Atheism Freethought Political philosophy Secularism Magisterium Catholic theology Separation of church and state God Sacrosanctum Concilium
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Catholic Church Christianity Christian theology Religion and politics Agnosticism Atheism Freethought Political philosophy Secularism Magisterium Catholic theology Separation of church and state God Sacrosanctum Concilium
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Different Types of Secularism -According to Taylor: -Type One: complete removal of God and religion from the public sphere. France has this version of secularism without a decrease in religion. -Type Two: the state may be religious but the people are atheist -Type Three: Religious belief is just one option for both the state and its people. Religion is not removed from the public sphere; rather it is just once voice among many. Rise of secularism in Australia – why, where, when, how – Trends/patterns (use statistical evidence provided in doc) -Secularism in Australia means no state church -The number of Australians identifying as Christian as the 2006 Census was 64% (down from 96% in 1901) -Only about 10% of Australian...
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