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Study the word list: Key Stage 3: RE: bap - fun

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baptism They bought him a new outfit for his baptism.
Bible The parents told the children Bible stories at bedtime.
biblical The story had biblical content. *
Buddhist A Buddhist is a follower of Buddhism. *
Buddhism A Buddhist is a follower of Buddhism. *
burial The church had several burial grounds.
celebrate Let's celebrate this great occasion.
celebration Christmas is a celebration of Jesus's birth. *
ceremony The wedding ceremony was at lunchtime and afterwards the celebrations started. *
Christian A Christian is a follower of Christianity.
Christianity A Christian is a follower of Christianity.
commandment The Ten Commandments were given by God to Moses on Mount Sinai.
commitment He made a commitment to his wife.
creation The creation story appears in Genesis.
disciple John was a disciple of Jesus. *
faith I affirm my faith in my religion.
festival Diwali is the festival of lights.
funeral The mood at the funeral was sombre.

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