Religion and Human Expression

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Mind Map on Religion and Human Expression, created by loopyjess on 04/26/2015.
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Religion and Human Expression
1 Religion+State
1.1 Human rights
1.1.1 A person is expected to be able to have or do
1.1.2 e.g. basic human rights for shelter, food and freedom
1.2 Justice
1.2.1 Equal opportunities and human rights
1.2.2 e.g.trial before imprisonment
1.3 Duty
1.3.1 What is expected of someone because of their job or respnsibilities
1.3.2 e.g. army
1.4 Authority
1.4.1 The right or power over others in a hierarchy
1.4.2 e.g. secular authority is the law of the land
1.5 Personal conviction
1.5.1 Something a person feels strongly about
1.5.2 e.g. religious beliefs
1.6 Punsihment
1.6.1 To make someone suffer pain or loss for a wrongdoing
1.6.2 e.g. prison
2 Religious Expression
2.1 Pilgrimage
2.1.1 A journey to a special place of religious significance
2.1.2 e.g. Hajj or Lourdes
2.2 Identity
2.2.1 Particular personality and character
2.2.2 e.g. unique beliefs make up someones identity
2.3 Community
2.3.1 A group of people with something in common
2.3.2 e.g. Believers have church groups to share beliefs
2.4 Faith
2.4.1 Having a belief in someone or something
2.4.2 e.g. shown through prayer and worship
2.5 Evangelism
2.5.1 How religions spread their beliefs to other
2.5.2 e.g. telling others, preaching in a sermon
2.6 Sacred
2.6.1 So special and is dedicated to God, should be respected
2.6.2 e.g. Torah scrolls or holy books
3 Religion+Medicine
3.1 Conscience
3.1.1 Knowing the difference between right and wrong
3.1.2 e.g. religions see this as a god-given instinct
3.2 Medical ethics
3.2.1 e.g. animal testing is banned in the UK
3.2.2 The decision of what is acceptable in medicine
3.3 Hippocratic Oath
3.3.1 The promise a doctor takes to preserve life at all costs
3.3.2 e.g. Doctors and GPs take it to treat one to the best of their ability
3.4 Free will
3.4.1 Belief that humans have free choices in life, a god-given ability
3.4.2 e.g. freedom of speech
3.5 Sanctity of life
3.5.1 Life in all its forms is sacred
3.5.2 e.g. Thou Shall Not Kill
3.6 Quality of Life
3.6.1 Extent to which life is meaningful and pleasurable
3.6.2 e.g. free from unnecessary pain and stress
4 Relgion+Conflict
4.1 Conflict
4.1.1 Confrontation between people
4.1.2 e.g. because of law there is war
4.2 Rceonciliation
4.2.1 Making amends after a dispute
4.2.2 e.g. Jesus taught forgiveness
4.3 Interfaith Dialogue
4.3.1 Different faith groups communicating
4.3.2 e.g. priest and rabbis meeting
4.4 Just war
4.4.1 A war justified according to agreed conditions
4.4.2 e.g. a just cause or last resort
4.5 Pacifism
4.5.1 Belief that any form of violence or war is unacceotable
4.5.2 e.g. martin luther king
4.6 Non-violent protest
4.6.1 Making a stand using entirely peaceful methods
4.6.2 e.g. sit in or marches
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