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Series: OCR A-level
Publication Date: 9 Sep 2016
Suitable for: Secondary (Year 12, Year 13)
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Help students to build their subject knowledge and understanding with guidance and assessment preparation from a team of subject specialists; brought to you by the leading Religious Studies publisher and OCR's Publishing Partner.
Endorsed by OCR.
-Develops students' understanding of 'Philosophy of religion' and 'Religion
and ethics' through accessible explanations of key theories and terms.
-Enables you to teach 'Developments in Christian thought' confidently
with comprehensive coverage of the key theological arguments.
-Supports assessment preparation with sample questions and revision
advice written by subject specialists.
-Encourages students to reflect on their learning and develop their own
-Helps to extend learning and enhance responses with suggested ideas
and additional reading.
1 Philosophy of religion
Chapter 1 Philosophy and its methods
Philosophical language and thought
Chapter 2 Ancient philosophy: Plato
Chapter 3 Aristotle and causation
Chapter 4 Soul, mind and body
The existence of God
Chapter 5 The existence of God: arguments based on observation
Chapter 6 The existence of God: arguments based on reason
God and the world
Chapter 7 Religious experience
Chapter 8 The problem of evil
2 Religion and ethics
Chapter 9 The issues of ethics
Normative ethical theories: religious approaches
Chapter 10 Aquinas and natural law
Chapter 11 Situation ethics
Normative ethical theories
Chapter 12 Kantian ethics
Chapter 13 Utilitarianism
Chapter 14 Euthanasia
Chapter 15 Business ethics
3 Developments in Christian thought
Chapter 16 Augustine on human nature
Chapter 17 Death and the afterlife
Chapter 18 Knowledge of God's existence
Chapter 19 Jesus Christ
Chapter 20 Christian moral principles
Chapter 21 Christian moral action: Dietrich Bonhoeffer