Religious Charities and Organisations Purpose of LIfe It is faith and that gives meaning and purpose to lives of a religoius believer. The term faith meaning trust of confidence, for religious believers a trust and confidence in God. It is this that helps to create their identity giving them a sense of who they are.
Christians believe in an eternal soul that will live on when the body dies. Jesus told his followers that to believe in Him leads to eternal life. Christians also believe Jesus rose from the dead the resurrection. For some, this belief means that there is life after death. Most Christians believe in heaven and hell.
If you are good, you go to heaven; if you are bad, you go to hell. God acts as a judge and decides who will go to heaven and hell.
Heaven is often depicted as a place where the good live with God. In the Bible there is the Parable of the Sheep and the Goats. Like a shepherd separates sheep and goats, God separates the good from the bad after death. Many Christians believe hell is an eternal place of torment and horror.
Other Christians do not believe hell is actually a place. They may see hell as living without God.
Perhaps hell is a state of mind. Roman Catholics believe in purgatory. This is a third state. It is in-between heaven and hell and is a process of purification where people who have sinned done wrong can make up for their wrong doings before finally being admitted to heaven.
Buddhist beliefs Buddhists believe in Karma. This is a Sanskrit word for action. It suggests that all actions have consequences. If you do good, good things happen, but if you do bad, bad things happen. Buddhists believe in rebirth.
This is the idea that you will be reborn in another life. Some Buddhists believe in the six realms of rebirth. These are six types of lives you can be reborn into. The Six Realms include: You do not stay in these realms of ever. You can work your way out of them.
Some Buddhists see this idea of six realms as metaphorical. It is not real. Each realm represents a state of mind. For example, getting drunk could be seen as behaving in the animal realm as you become less civilised.
Becoming greedy for money or drugs could be seen as the realm of hungry ghosts.GCSE () RELIGIOUS STUDIES. 2. Accredited Summary Brochure.
GCSE Timeline GCSE and A Levels Reform: An Update Background to The Reforms. The first teaching of new A Levels and GCSEs began in September OCR GCSE Religious Studies A 4 1. Introduction to GCSE Religious Studies A Overview of GCSE Religious Studies A Full and Short Course Full Course Short Course ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ Please note that the total marks for all units now incorporate additional marks for spelling, punctuation and grammar.
See section for further information. Studies of Religion 1 Unit. Preliminary Notes The Nature of Religion religion as a worldview that: – acknowledges the supernatural dimension – has a belief in a divine being or powers beyond the human and/or dwelling within the individual Divine - Pertaining (Relating) to a god, especially the supreme being.
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