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Explain how Christians might put their beliefs into action Many Christians put what they are taught from the teachings of denomination into practice by using aggressive actions against others. Such as in the case of the Catholic country of Ireland, pro-choice lobbies protest and revolt to the government to get law changes to legalize abortion. This is the case in many other countries that are split over the laws of abortion. Eire is not the only country that has revolting lobbies, the united states of America have the same situation; apart from in the USA the majority of the aggressive actions action towards the government officials are put into practice by the members of pro-life lobbies. ...read more.


Numerous amounts of people who believe that antagonistic action should not be used in order to put ones point of view forward use passive actions. Many of the people put their ideas into action in a passive way and join organisations, which are dedicated to either pro-life or pro-choice ideas. These organisations contain groups such as S.P.U.C, L.I.F.E and liberty for women. These officialdoms may hold public meeting or they might right petitions to the officials of government, the aim of this also to change the laws of abortion. These petitions written by the organisations may reflect on hard-choice cases, an example of this is, if a woman has diagnosed with Uterine Cancer in Ireland (this is a place where abortion is prohibited). ...read more.


Other Christians use passive action but the action is not direct because they do what they think is right and justly, they do not try to convert or order people to do what they believe in. they do not join any organisations which are linked with either pro-life or pro-choice lobbies. If they do try and put their ideas in to action it is to make sure people have a better idea about abortion but not to convert them into what they believe in. PAGE 7 Also, if every person that does not take direct action towards abortion has an abortion, it would mean that they would make up 86% of the Christians that put their beliefs into action. ...read more.

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