AQA RE Morality: Drug Abuse
AQA religious studies, morality (paper 2); drug abuse. Includes religious attitudes to illegal drugs, tobacco and alcohol, and the legal status of some drugs in the UK.
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Drugs deemed harmful enough by the government to be banned
Powerful and some times harmful drugs which can only be given with consent of a doctor
Drugs which are widely available, despite the health risks they pose, and are heavily taxed by the government
Up 7 years imprisonment for using, a maximum of life for using and dealing (e.g. heroin, cocaine and ecstasy)
Up to 5 years imprisonment for using, a maximum of 14 years for dealing (e.g. amphetamines, cannabis)
Legal to possess, a maximum of 14 years for illegal supply (e.g. anabolic steroids)
In Buddhism, the __ _______ prohibits the use of intoxicating substances that can harm the mind
Bhang, a mild form of cannabis, is used by some Hindu ______ and a group of warrior Sikhs known as the ______
Cannabis is regularly used by ___________, as the Old Testament suggests that all green plants put upon the Earth by God were meant for human consumption
"Your bodies are temples of the Holy Spirit, who is in you, whom you have received from God" - Christian or Muslim?
The book of ______ says that "We are all made in the image of God" and should therefore not harm our bodies with drugs
"Wine and gambling are sins to be avoided" - Christian or Muslim?
Cannabis has been linked to mental illness
Suggest a medical argument why cannabis should not be legalised
Legal drugs such as alcohol have worse effects on the body
Suggest a reason why cannabis should be legalised
In many Christian churches, wine is used moderately during ____ _________
In Islam, alcohol is considered to be _____
Smoking tobacco in Islam is not encouraged but is permitted, except during the month of ________
Wine, cause, fall
"It is better not to eat meat or drink ____ or do anything else that will _____ your brother to ____" is a Christian teaching relating to the use of alcohol
Muslims and Christians believe that drug addicts should be ...
Expensive, many people return to drug use afterwards
Suggest 2 disadvantages to rehab
Socialized into taking drugs, they are addicted to them
Suggest 2 reasons why people used illegal drugs, tobacco or alcohol
Suggest a reason why illegal drugs should be made legal
"Make not your own hands contribute to your destruction" is a quote from which holy text?
Despite not being permitted in many forms of Christianity and in Islam, alcohol is not banned in moderation in _______
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