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  • 1. Quakers
    • An example of liberal Christians
    • Very tolerant of other religions
    • No music in worship
    • No violence (pacifist)
    • Sit in a circle when the worship (everyone is equal)
  • 2. Roman Catholics
    • Very strict on lots of ethical issues (No divorce, No contraception, no Euthanasia etc.)
    • Church teachings from the Pope very important.
    • Believe than war can be justified (just war theory)
  • 3. Fundamentalists
    • Have some very strict views on most ethical issues.
    • Very intolerant of any beliefs other than their own
    • Believe in Hell and 7 days of creation.
    • Take the Bible as the exact word of God.
    Jesus Saves
  • 4. Liberals
    • Stick to general Principles like, ‘love your neighbour,’ rather than inflexible rules.
    • Methodists and Quakers
    • Tolerate other people’s views.
  • 5. The Church of England (Anglicans C of E)
    • Have there own views on things.
    • There are a variety of believers within the Church. Some are Liberals and some are fundamentalists.
  • 6. Not all Christians think the same thing about X Quaker’s think that X is o.k provided it is done out of love Roman Catholics are against X because the Pope says that it is unnatural. Fundamentalist Christians are for (or against) X because it says in the Bible Don’t do X! Jesus Saves