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Rs Revision- Belief about Deity
Key words:
Omniscient- All knowing
Omnipotent- All important
Eternal- existing through all time
Omnipresent- All Present
Omnibenevolent- All good
Trinity- The three persons of g-d in one
Incarnate/Incarnation- G-d taking human form as Jesus
The Holy Spirit- is G-ds spirit at work in the world
Blasphemy- misrepresenting g-d
The Cosmological argument- an argument that says the universe must have come from somewhere.
The Design Argument- An argument that the world shows that it has been designed
The resurrection- when Jesus rose from the dead on first easter Sunday.

2 mark questions
Christians might believe in g-d because they believe the universe was designed and made by him. They might also believe that G-d knows everything and everyone and loves them all the same.
The holy spirit is one of g-ds roles within the trinity, and is said to be g-ds spirit at work in the world today to teach people about jesus and g-d.

6 mark and 12 mark questions.

Explain Christian teaching about the trinity -6mark
Explain Christian beliefs about god intervening in the world i.e. about miracles -6mark

Explain Christian believes about miracles i.e. start by saying what a miracle is and refer to an example -6 mark

12 mark
Discuss the statement. you should use different supported points of view and your viewpoint. You must refer to Christianity

1. A good god should not punish people or get angry with them

2. The doctrine of the trinity is a helpful way for Christians to understand the nature of god

3. Christians have good reasons for believing in god

4. If miracles were true they would happen all the time

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