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  • 1. Memory hooks – GCSE Benevolent – Is the belief that God is all good, You can remember this because benevolent spells love backwards, and to be good, you’re also a loving person Omniscient – The belief that God is all knowing, Remember this because it has ‘sci’ in the middle. Sci is the abbreviation for science, and to be good at science you have too know a lot, thus it is all knowing Omnipotent – Remember it’s all powerful because of the ‘p’ or ‘po’, powerful – therefore the belief that God is all powerful