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Study the word list: Key Stage 3: RE: hin - pil

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Hindu A Hindu is a follower of Hinduism.
Hinduism A Hindu is a follower of Hinduism.
hymn We stood to sing the hymn.
immoral His behaviour was considered immoral by society.
immorality Does the definition of 'immorality' depend on the rules of the society in question?
Islam A Muslim is a follower of Islam. *
Israel Tel Aviv is a city in Israel.
Judaism A Jew is a follower of Judaism.
Jewish Jewish people worship in a synagogue.
marriage Jane is a marriage guidance counsellor.
miracle It was a miracle that he was not hurt. *
moral He made a moral judgement.
morality In the feudal England, morality was based on fealty to a king.
Muslim A Muslim is a follower of Islam. *
parable Jesus told a parable to the people. *
pilgrim In 'The Canterbury Tales', each pilgrim tells a story.
pilgrimage A pilgrimage is a religious journey to a sacred place. *

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