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all of tme and space and its contents; includes planets, stars, galaxies, the contents of intergalactic space, the smallest subatomic particles, and all matter and energy
Fundamentalist Christians
Christians who believe that the statements in the Bible are literally true and believe there are certain basic beliefs that are essential to the Christian faith
Liberal Christians
Christians whho believe that the Bible's authors were guided by God, but that not everything they wrote is a literal account of what actually happened
Marvelling at the complexity and beauty of the universe
a feeling of devout respect, mixed with fear and wonder
a duty to care for, or having control over, something to someone
the idea that believers have a duty o look after the environment on behalf of God
dominance or power over something; having charge of something or ruling over it
the natural world; the surroundings in which someone lives
Natural resources
Materials found in nature- such as oil and trees- that can be used by people
Misuse; of the world and the enviroment
Sustainable development
building and progress that try to reduce the impact on the natural world for future generations
Non-renewable resources
things the earh provides that will eventually run out as there is a limited amount of them, examples include oil, coal gas and other minerals
the cutting down of large amoutns of forest, usually because of business needs
renewable energy
energy that comes from a source that does not run out, such as wind or the sun
making something dirty and contaminated, especially the environment
a person who does not eat meat or fish
A person who does not eat animals or food produced by animals (such as eggs); a vegan tries not use any products that have caused harm to animals (such as leather)
The process by which living organisms are thought to have developed and diversified from earlier forms of lfie during the history of the earth
A process of change where an organism or species becomes better suited to its environment
Sanctity of lfie
all life is holy as it is craeted and loved by God; Christians believe human life should not be misused or abused
Quality of life
The general well-being of a person, in relation to their health and happiness; also, the theory that the value of lfie depends upon how good or how satisfying it is
The painless killing of a patient suffering from an uncurable and painful disease or an irreversible coma
A state that comes after death and never ends
Big bang
a massive expansion of space which set in motion the creation of the universe
the removal of a foetus from the womb to end a pregnancy, usually before the foetus is 24 weeks old.