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Publication Date: 25 Aug 2017
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 for 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 ideas.
-Helps to extend learning and enhance responses with suggested ideas and additional reading.
Section A: Philosophy of Religion
Chapter 1 The nature or attributes of God
Chapter 2: The nature of God: God, eternity and free will
Chapter 3: Religious language: Apophathic and cataphatic use
Chapter 4: Religious language: Analogy and symbol
Chapter 5: Religious language: 20th century perspectives - verification and meaning
Chapter 6: Religious language: 20th century perspectives - Wittgenstein and language games
Chapter 7: Religious language: 20th century perspectives - the falsification debate
Section B: Religion and ethics
Chapter 8: Meta-ethics
Chapter 9: Conscience - Aquinas and Freud
Chapter 10: Sexual ethics
Section C: Developments in Christian thought
Chapter 11: Religious pluralism and theology
Chapter 12: Religious pluralism and society
Chapter 13: Gender and society
Chapter 14: Gender and theology
Chapter 15: The challenge of secularism
Chapter 15: Liberation theology and Marx