Christianity: practices – ADDITIONAL EXAM QUESTIONS

4 mark questions Explain two contrasting ways in which Christians might worship. Explain two contrasting ways in which Christians celebrate baptism. Explain two contrasting examples of how Christians might seek to convert people to Christianity. 5 mark questions Explain two ways in which Christian churches might respond to persecution. Explain two ways in which Christians… Read More Christianity: practices – ADDITIONAL EXAM QUESTIONS

Christianity: beliefs and teachings – ADDITIONAL EXAM QUESTIONS

4 mark questions Explain two ways in which the belief that Jesus is the Son of God influence Christians today. Explain two ways in which beliefs about sin influence Christians today. Explain two ways in which beliefs about atonement influence Christians today. 5 mark questions Explain two Christian teachings about salvation. Explain two Christian teachings… Read More Christianity: beliefs and teachings – ADDITIONAL EXAM QUESTIONS

Christianity: practices – revision questions

What is meant by the word ‘church’? What is liturgical worship? Which Christian denominations use liturgical worship? What is non-liturgical worship? What type of worship sees individuals spend time alone with God or close friends and family? What is informal worship? What will you expect to see in literugical worship? What is the most well… Read More Christianity: practices – revision questions

Christianity: practices – THE WORLDWIDE CHURCH

The importance of the worldwide Church Persecution and Reconciliation   Persecution: Hostility and ill treatment towards an individual or group of people usually motivated by prejudice. Reconciliation: To repair a broken relationship   “Blessed are those who are persecuted because of righteousness, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven. Blessed are you when people insult… Read More Christianity: practices – THE WORLDWIDE CHURCH

Christianity: practices – ROLE OF THE CHURCH IN THE LOCAL COMMUNITY

The role of the Church in the local community   Christians have always been involved in projects designed to make communities better places to live. The core Christian teaching “Love thy neighbour” highlights how Christians should always try to care for others. Jesus was born into poverty and supported the weak and the vulnerable. Jesus… Read More Christianity: practices – ROLE OF THE CHURCH IN THE LOCAL COMMUNITY

Christianity: beliefs and teachings 5 – SALVATION AND AFTERLIFE

Salvation through law, grace and the spirit                                  Following Jesus’ death the way was now open for mankind to rebuild their relationship with God. The ultimate aim is to be ‘at one’ with God and secure a place in heaven. Christians vary on how this can be achieved. Salvation through law This approach is also known… Read More Christianity: beliefs and teachings 5 – SALVATION AND AFTERLIFE