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Trinity

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GCSE Religious Studies Mind Map on Trinity, created by Luke Jones on 05/12/2018.
Luke Jones
Mind Map by Luke Jones, updated more than 1 year ago
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Trinity
  1. Prayer
    1. Traditional
      1. Passed down from generations
        1. Become more open to presence of God
          1. Lord's Prayer
            1. Hail Mary
              1. Words are easy to say which means more
              2. Spontaneous
                1. No Format
                  1. Comes from the Heart
                    1. More sincere
                      1. Holy spirit gudies them into what they say
                      2. Prayer meaning
                        1. Raising of heart and mind to God
                          1. It is a form of communication with God
                            1. There are two types
                          2. Prayer Postures
                            1. Joined hands
                              1. A sign of asking for God's Help
                                1. Acknowledging their complete dependence
                                2. Standing
                                  1. Shows respect of the authority of God
                                  2. Prostrating
                                    1. Lie flat with face to ground
                                      1. Shows the belief that everything comes from God
                                      2. Kneeling
                                        1. Shows submission to God
                                          1. God is in Authority asking for pardon and forgiveness
                                        2. Importance of Trinity today
                                          1. Christians believe that the idea of the trinity feeds into modern day Mission and Evangelisation
                                            1. IT shows relationship and community. They believe that they are called to pass this on to the others around them
                                              1. Mission comes from the word to 'Send out'
                                                1. The church will send people out to care for the needs of others in many different ways
                                                  1. They believe that they should love others as they love God as God loves them
                                                    1. Evangelism means preaching the Gospel by words and actions. Love for God is so great they want to share it
                                                      1. Christians pass the Gospel because they want to help others experience joy, peace and love of being a believeer. Done as an expression of love
                                                      2. Trinity in the Bible
                                                        1. Bible is the word of God. Inspired by God, written by man
                                                          1. Teachings do not contradict the words of the Bible
                                                            1. 'Trinity' or 'Triune God' not found in the Bible, only references to the Father, Son and Holy Spirit
                                                              1. The work of Jesus began with his Baptism
                                                                1. St Paul when writing to the Galatians makes constant references to the relationship between the Father, Son and Holy Spirit
                                                                2. Music in the Liturgy
                                                                  1. Plainchant
                                                                    1. Also known as Gregorian Chant. It is an ancient form of music and has a limited range of notes
                                                                      1. It is primarily used in monastaries and with the divine office nowadays
                                                                        1. Latin is the main language in plain chant
                                                                        2. Traditional Hymns
                                                                          1. Usually means hymns that have been used by generations of bele
                                                                            1. They are still used today but not as much as before
                                                                            2. Contemprary worship songs
                                                                              1. After Vatican II the mass was allowed to be said and celebrated in the local language
                                                                                1. More personal than before
                                                                                  1. The Plainchant or traditional Hymns were the area of choir only.
                                                                                    1. Since 1960's there has been an increase in the amount of religious songs produced
                                                                                      1. More upbeat
                                                                                        1. They feed into the emotions of the person more so than the relationship with God and so have turned away many of the older generation of people
                                                                                        2. Mass Settings
                                                                                          1. These are the parts of the mass which really should be sung instead of said
                                                                                            1. They include: ALLeluia, Eucharistic acclamations' Lord have mercy, Lamb of God
                                                                                          2. Baptism
                                                                                            1. Originated after Jesus told the disciples to go and 'make disciples of all nations baptising them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit
                                                                                              1. The symbol is water. Washing away the old and starting of the new
                                                                                                1. It is best seen when a person if fully immersed
                                                                                                  1. The waters were called the waters of the tomb as going down in the water is a symbol of joining Christ in the tomb
                                                                                                    1. The believer commits their life to God in the same way Jesus did by giving up his life to God
                                                                                                      1. Today the sprinkling of water on the baby's head is symbolic but has the same meaning
                                                                                                        1. Water is a symbol of the holy spirit and it is the Holy Spirit who calls a person into faith and who sustains that same commitment expressed through baptism
                                                                                                          1. Important to all Christians except the Quakers and Salvation Army
                                                                                                          2. Trinity and the Magisterium
                                                                                                            1. The power of the Magisterium is passed through Apostolic Succession
                                                                                                              1. The Holy Spirit guides the work of the whole church in truth
                                                                                                                1. When the bishops gather to discuss a teaching, their decision is accepted as binding for all believers
                                                                                                                  1. Official declarations of faith by the pope are accepted as being infallible
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