Relationships

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GCSE RE Mind Map on Relationships, created by liam18558241 on 05/05/2013.
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Relationships
1 TYPES OF LOVE
1.1 Bible Recognises
1.1.1 Storge
1.1.1.1 Affection- Things & Animals
1.1.2 Phila
1.1.2.1 Love- Friends & Family
1.1.3 Eros
1.1.3.1 Sexual/Physical Love
1.1.4 Agape
1.1.4.1 Unconditional Love
1.2 Relationships
1.2.1 Diffrent Types
1.2.1.1 Friends
1.2.1.2 Relatives
1.2.1.3 Work Colleagues
1.2.1.4 Husband/Wife
1.2.2 Responsibilities
1.2.2.1 Expected To Do
1.2.3 Commitments
1.2.3.1 Choose To Do
1.2.3.1.1 Where Impartant
2 CONTRACEPTION
2.1 Chrisrianity
2.1.1 Church Of England
2.1.1.1 YES- Once Married_ Plan Families
2.1.2 Roman Catholic Church
2.1.2.1 NO- Interferes with Natural Process Of Conception
2.2 Islam
2.2.1 Yes- Discourages irreversible types
2.2.1.1 Sterolilsation
2.2.1.2 Vasectomy
2.3 NOT TO ENCOURAGE PROMISCUITY

Annotations:

  • PROMISCUITY- Having many sexual relationships. Sleeping Round 
3 ABORTION
3.1 Yes- If danger to mother/unborn child
3.1.1 Islam
3.1.2 Church Of England
3.2 No- Interfering with God's Will
3.2.1 Roman Catholic
4 MARRIAGE
4.1 Christianity
4.1.1 Service
4.1.1.1 Vows

Annotations:

  • Promises
4.1.1.1.1 Infront of God and Witnesses
4.1.1.1.1.1 Congregation
4.1.2 Shows Strong Commitment

Annotations:

  • Even though many people co-habit (live together) before marriage)
4.2 Islam
4.2.1 Arranged Marriages

Annotations:

  • Parents decide on partner
4.2.1.1 Grow to love each outher after marriage
4.2.2 Dowry
4.2.2.1 Money/Jewellery For Woman

Annotations:

  • Were male owns everything the Dowry/Mahr is there in case of a device as a safety net. 
5 DEVORCE
5.1 Chrisrianity
5.1.1 Church Of England
5.1.1.1 Last Resort
5.1.1.1.1 Once All else has failed
5.1.1.1.1.1 Reconciliation

Annotations:

  • Christians would help a couple make up there differences- so they can stay together.
5.1.2 Roman Catholic
5.1.2.1 No- Vows can not be brocken

Annotations:

  • Can not brake the promise made to god
5.2 Islam
5.2.1 Last Resort
5.2.2 Man 3 times publicly
5.2.2.1 While living together for 3 mouths
6 SAME SEX RELATIONSHIPS
6.1 Christians
6.1.1 No- Going against God's natural order
6.1.1.1 Some Accept
6.1.2 Gay priests
6.1.2.1 Some Churches Alowed
6.1.2.2 Very Controversial
6.2 Islam
6.2.1 Strongly Againest
6.2.1.1 Against will of Alah
7 RE-MARRYING
7.1 Church Of England
7.1.1 Not in Church
7.1.2 Blessed once done in Registry Office
7.2 Roman Ctholic
7.2.1 If original partner has died
8 SEX
8.1 Natural part of a relationshipds
8.2 Expression of love
8.3 Procreation

Annotations:

  • Babies to carry on species.
8.4 Chastity
8.4.1 No sex before marrige
8.5 Celibacy
8.5.1 Not haveing Sex
8.5.1.1 Nuns and Priests- Divot life to rekigion
8.5.1.1.1 May become Celibate
8.6 Infidelity
8.6.1 Not Faithful to your partner
8.7 Christianity and Islam- Sex once mairded where have made a strong cmitment to one anouth
8.8 Christianity & Islam Wrong
8.8.1 Promiscuity
8.8.1.1 Devalues sex & Relationships
8.8.2 Adiltery

Annotations:

  • Having sex with someone not married to.
8.8.2.1 Breaks marriage vows and is cheating
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