AQA GCSE RE-Ethics: Social Responsibility-Marriage

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AQA GCSE RE-Ethics: Social Responsibility-Marriage
1 A legal union between a man and woman
1.1 Religious Ceremony
1.1.1 Conducted in a Church
1.1.2 Eyes of God
1.1.3 Commitment to oher person, congregation and God
1.2 Civil Ceremony
1.2.1 Non-Religious
1.2.2 Licenced Venue
1.2.3 Eyes of the Law
2 Why marry?
2.1 Commitment
2.2 Stable environment for children
2.3 Security
2.4 Stay in country
2.5 Arranged marriage
3 Why marry in Church?
3.1 Happy parents
3.2 You are christian
3.3 Want God's involvement
3.4 Need God's graces and blessings
3.5 More traditional
4 Why marry in a Registry Office?
4.1 Not a christian
4.2 Divorced
5 Problems with mixed faith marriages
5.1 Faith of children
5.2 Where?
5.3 Families
5.4 Pressure to convert
6 The Ceremony
6.1 1-Greeting
6.1.1 2-Homily
6.1.1.1 3-Ceremony
6.1.1.1.1 4-Vows
6.1.1.1.1.1 5-Rings
6.1.1.1.1.1.1 6-Blessing
6.1.1.1.1.1.1.1 7-Register
7 Purpose and Nature of Christian Marriage
7.1 Sacrament
7.1.1 Graces and Blessings
7.2 Permanent
7.2.1 Life-long commitment
7.3 Exclusive
7.3.1 Being faithful
7.4 Life-Giving
7.4.1 Give children
7.4.2 Give lives to eachother
8 Pre-marriage courses What's Discussed
8.1 Money
8.2 Children
8.3 Roles
9 Marriage break down
9.1 Addiction
9.2 Abuse
9.3 Work
9.4 Adultery
9.5 Illness
9.6 Crime
10 Marriage Care
10.1 Supports marriage breakdown
10.2 FACT: Free, Advice, Confidential, Trained Professionals
10.3 Priests, Prayer, Sacraments
11 Divorce Law conditions
11.1 Separation
11.2 Adultery
11.3 Unreasonable Behavour
11.4 Desertion
12 Attitudes
12.1 Catholic
12.1.1 Mark's Gospel
12.1.1.1 NO to divorce & remarriage
12.2 C of E
12.2.1 Matthew's Gospel
12.2.1.1 Allows divorce and remarriage
13 FOR/AGAINST Divorce
13.1 FOR
13.1.1 Relieve stress
13.1.2 Avoid abuse
13.1.3 Made in God's image
13.1.4 Chance to remarry
13.2 AGAINST
13.2.1 Marriage not serious
13.2.2 Rush
13.2.3 No church remarriage
14 Is marriage still relevant?
14.1 YES
14.1.1 Public declaration
14.1.2 Stability
14.1.3 Stable for kids
14.1.4 Bible teaching
14.2 NO
14.2.1 Still committed
14.2.2 High divorce rate
14.2.3 Everchanging world
15 Annulment
15.1 Catholic Church
15.2 Conditions
15.2.1 Forced
15.2.2 Unfit mental state
15.2.3 No intention of faithfulness
15.2.4 Children
15.2.5 Homosexual
15.3 Free to marry in church again
16 FOR/AGAINST Cohabitation
16.1 FOR
16.1.1 Uncertain
16.1.2 "Just Paper"
16.1.3 No stigma
16.1.4 Not in position
16.2 AGAINST
16.2.1 Doubts
16.2.2 Committed
16.2.3 No pre-marital sex
16.2.4 Child stability
17 Civil Partnerships
17.1 Official registrations of a same sex relationship
17.2 Same rights as marriage

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