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HI EVERYONE THIS IS URGENT. PLEASE DO NOT IGNORE.
IF ANYBODY REMEMBERS ANY QUESTIONS FROM THE CHRISTIAN AND ISLAMIC BELIEFS AND PRACTICES PAPERS OF AQA RS 2018, PLEASE LEAVE THEM IN A REPLY TO THIS POST, ALONG WITH THE NUMBER OF MARKS IT IS WORTH (only if you can remember)! xx
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I remember there was a particularly difficult and surprising 12 mark question in the Islam paper asking whether Jummah prayer was more important than daily prayer. There was also a four mark question on contrasting beliefs about 'giving alms' which referred to Zakah and Khums.
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thank you so much! do you remember any questions on the christian beliefs and practices part??
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thank you so much! do you remember any questions on the christian beliefs and practices part??
There was a 12 mark christianity question that said something like
'If god were all loving people wouldnt be sent to hell'
I cant remeber exactly but it was something like that.
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thank you! that’s extremely helpful!!
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are you sure it was hell? i would think it made more sense to be “if God was all loving, there would be no evil and suffering” but maybe then again i’m wrong x
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There was a 12 mark christianity question that said something like
'If god were all loving people wouldnt be sent to hell'
I cant remeber exactly but it was something like that.
are you sure it was hell? x i would think it would make sense to be “if god were all loving there would be no evil and suffering” but maybe i’m wrong x
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I remember there was a particularly difficult and surprising 12 mark question in the Islam paper asking whether Jummah prayer was more important than daily prayer. There was also a four mark question on contrasting beliefs about 'giving alms' which referred to Zakah and Khums.
thank you so much! do you remember any questions on the christian beliefs and practices part??
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are you sure it was hell? x i would think it would make sense to be “if god were all loving there would be no evil and suffering” but maybe i’m wrong x
Im pretty certain there was something to do with hell, cant remember exactly but hell was in there somewhere x
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