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Golden rule
The general belief that we should treat others the way we wish to be treated.
"love thou neighbour as thy self"
Liturgy
the worship of god
like a mass
vocation
a calling from god to a person
Moses, Noah, David (Goliath)
Torah
first five books of the old testament, roughly translated into the Law
set of rules given to the isrealites
The New Covenant
The New Testament
Has to do with Jesus
Reciprocity
the belief that if i do something for you, you in turn must repay me with a favour from your own free will some time later
you owe me
Messiah
anointed one
Jesus - special
Yhwh
refers to god
originally spelt with not vowels, the name, no one can say his name because they are afraid
Universal Declaration of Human Rights
1) "All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights."
2) The right to life, liberty and security of person.
3) Freedom from torture or cruel, inhumane treatment or punishment.
4) Freedom of thought, conscience and religion.
5) Freedom of expression and opinion.
6)The right to an education.
made by the U.N. witha general concensus in many governments
Culture
it includes codes of manners, dress, language, religion, rituals, norms of behavior such as law and morality, and systems of belief.
governs __________
Components of Culture
1) Created by humans
2) How we do things
3) Public
4) comes from tradition
5) rule governed actions
6) established in institutions
exactly what it governs
Symbol
something that is intangibal mixed with something that is tangibal
a flower means nothing without a meaning
Characteristics of a human
1) created by god in his image
2) mixture of earth and divine breath
3) we are good
4) we are male and female
different aspects of us, adam and eve
global symbol
symbols that are seen globally
Coke, Microsoft, Ford
national symbol
symbols that represent a country
Maple leaf - Canada
Statue of liberty - New York
Eifel Tower - France
religious symbol
symbols that represent a religion
Cross- christianity
Aum - Hindu
budda- budda
Personal symbol
symbols that pertain to an individual
could be anything to any one
Aids
aquired immuno deficiency syndrome

aquired by fluid transfers that attack the immune system
major epidemic, STD
Passover
one of the ten plagues, when the holy spirit passed over the isrealites during the exodus
Major jewish festival
Reign of god
Kingdom of heaven
Jesus uses this as ametaphore in his parables
Song of Songs
the love song of all love songs, written by a women, contradicts many of the jewish beliefs (eg. love before marriage)
Simply put
Ritual
A ritual is a set of actions, performed mainly for their symbolic value, which is prescribed by a religion or by the traditions of a community.
shaking hands
easter mass
mass
waving good bye