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Life is holy and belongs to God Sanctity of life
Belief that when you die, your body stays in the grave until the end of the world when it is raised Resurrection
The idea that the soul/mind does not die when your body dies, but lives on in a spiritual world Immortality
The study of unexplained things like ghosts and mediums who say they can contact dead spirits Paranormal
The removal of the foetus from the womb before it can survive Abortion
Women having the right to an abortion if they want one with no questions asked Abortion on demand
Ending your life yourself Suicide
Providing a person with the means to commit suicide Assisted suicide
The situation where someone dying in pain asks a doctor to end his/her life painlessly Voluntary Euthanasia
Ending someone’s life painlessly when they are not able to ask, but you have good reason for believing they would want you to do so (e.g. switching off a life-support machine) Involuntary Euthanasia
The idea that you should not use medication simply to prolong the life of a dying person if the quality of that life is very poor Euthanasia
Believing some people are inferior (not as good as them) without even knowing them Prejudice
Treating people differently (unfairly) because you are prejudices against them Discrimination
Discriminating against people because of their gender (being male or female) Racism
Discriminating against people because of their race or the colour of their skin Sexism
Many different races and cultures living together in on society Multi-ethnic
Many different religions living together in one society Multi-faith
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