Unit 1 - Worship

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GCSE RE Flashcards on Unit 1 - Worship, created by tuckp002 on 10/04/2015.

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Define worship Showing respect and value of God
Define Prayer Words of praise, thanks or sorrow etc. offered to God
What is an icon? A religious image of Jesus or one of the saints. They are often seen as being filled with the spirit of the person shown.
What is liturgical worship? A church service which follows a set text or ritual
What is structured worship? Worship which follows a strict pattern. Mass has a clear structure which the priest follows.
What is meditation? Being silent and thoughtful in the presence of God
What is non-liturgical worship? A service which does not follow a set text or ritual
What is spontaneous worship? Worship which has no set structure, but allows worshipers to say or do what seems right at the time
What are the advantages of private worship? No distractions Can concentrate on God alone Can choose to do it at any time Can pray for as little or as long as you want
What is an advantage of meditation It gives believers time to be quiet in their busy lives and deepen their relationship with God
Why are icons especially important to orthodox Christians? Orthodox Christians believe they have direct contact with the saint
What are the advantages of using a rosary? Repeating prayers help to concentrate on what you are praying about. Helps a Christian if they are not sure what to pray about. Recommended by various appearances of Mary and by the Pope.
What did Jesus say that links to public worship? "For where two or three gather in my name, there am I with them"
What are the advantages of structured worship? Give 3 1) Routine makes people feel comfortable - they know what to say 2) It is based on tradition 3) It gives a sense of community 4) Could go to any church around the world and mass would be the same.
What are the disadvantages of structured worship? Give 3 It is repetitive and may get boring You do not have the freedom to pray for what you want You may not fully understand what you are praying about
How is the Bible used by the Catholic Church? Read aloud during mass. The Priest will read the Gospel and then explain it in his Homily. Parts of the Bible may be sang in hymns
How is the Bible used by the protestant Church? Parts of the Bible are read aloud and then explained by the vicar in the sermon
How is the Bible used by the Quaker church? Quakers come together and sit in silence until one person feels they should speak. They may choose to read part of the Bible
Why might someone use the Bible in private worship? Give 3 points By reading alone to find out more about Jesus in his teachings. To help decide what is right and wrong. To relate to and understand God better.
Why is the Our Father so important? 2 points Jesus taught this prayer to his disciples. It contains all different types of prayer: Beliefs about God, forgiveness, community
What is meant by immaculate conception? Mary was born free from original sin
What is meant by annunciation? When the angel Gabriel announced to Mary that she was to give birth
What is the assumption? Mary was taken into Heaven body and soul
Why was Mary so important? (5 points) 1) She lived a life without sin 2) She was committed to the will of God 3) She was caring for the needs of others eg. The wedding at Cana & helping cousin 4) She was focused on prayer - she taught Jesus to pray 5) She was the perfect mother - Cared for Jesus despite the problems
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