Religion and community Cohesion

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GCSE Philosophy (Religion and Life) Mind Map on Religion and community Cohesion, created by mhancoc3 on 04/06/2014.

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Religion and community Cohesion
1 The role of men and women
1.1 Suffragette got vote and showed women could work like men
1.2 Equal rights in other countries developed us.
2 Christian attitudes towards equal rights for women
2.1 Protestants
2.1.1 St Paul taught women should never speak in church
2.1.2 Man was created first
2.1.3 Jesus picked Men as his followers
2.1.4 Tradition
2.2 Modern Protestants
2.2.1 men and women were in God's image
2.2.2 Paul's letters give equality
2.2.3 Jesus had women disciples who stayed at the cross and he appeared first to women
2.2.4 Some evidence for women priests in an early church
2.3 Catholic
2.3.1 man and women in his image
2.3.2 All apostles were men so no women priests
2.3.3 Jesus was a priest so only men can be priests
3 Sikhism and women
3.1 Guru Nanak said we are 2 halves of a whole so have equal rights
3.2 Guru Granth Sahib says God is a homaphrodite
3.3 men and women have so much in common we must be equal
4 The UK as a Multi Ethnic Society
4.1.1 employers may be racist
4.1.2 landlords may be racist
4.1.3 teachers may be racist
4.1.4 Police officers may be racist
4.1.5 May cause groups to go against society and turn them to crime
4.2.1 learn about other ethnic groups and cultures
4.2.2 new ideas so more progress
4.2.3 Variety in food
5 Government action to promote community cohesion
5.1 National Curriculum
5.2 appoint cabinet ministers from ethnic minorities
5.3 Laws like Race relationa act, crime and disorder act, racial religious act, equality and human rights commission
5.4 Without it it could cause violence, lack of cooperation, etc.
6 Why Christians should promote racial harmony
6.1 In the Parable of The Good Samaritan Jesus showed that those who hate each other should love each other
6.2 Jesus treated everyone equally
6.3 St Paul had a vision from God telling him to be kind to all races
6.4 God has no favourites
6.5 God created everyone in his image
6.6 The Church has members of all races
6.7 They condemn discrimination
7 Sikhism and racial harmony
7.1 The gurus were against the caste system
7.2 Guru Nanak emphasized that anyone can come to salvation
7.3 In the act of worship all races eat from the same bowl
7.4 Guru Granth Sahib teaches races should live in harmony
7.5 Humanity is one
8 The UK as a multi faith society
8.1 People can learn about other religions
8.2 You can practice a religion more seriously
8.3 People can debate their religions
8.4 More respect
8.5 Religious freedom
9 Issues from a multi ethnic society
9.1 Conversion
9.1.1 It is duty to convert others as they are right and everyone else is wrong
9.1.2 People will get offended
9.2 Bringing up Children
9.2.1 Religions encourage parents to raise their children as one of them
9.2.2 If you don't do a set religion you will have a bad life after death
9.2.3 Social and peer pressure
9.2.4 School will influence it
9.3 Interfaith Marriages
9.3.1 A wedding ceremony will cause debate
9.3.2 after death differences
9.3.3 relatives feel betrayed
10 How religions work together to promote community cohesion
10.1 Some religions are trying to find similarities with their religion to avoid conflict
10.2 Some religions are trying to help interfaith marriages
10.3 Instead of children following one religion, they follow the factors of both
10.4 Inter faith ministers try and promote community cohesion in schools, hospitals, etc.
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