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Resources for AQA A Level Religious Studies (Philosophy) - both Year 12 and Year 13 content for Component 1. Assemblies/PSHCE/General RE content from KS3 through to Sixth Form. Also content for Eduqas GCSE Religious Studies (Route B) and Judaism.

Resources for AQA A Level Religious Studies (Philosophy) - both Year 12 and Year 13 content for Component 1. Assemblies/PSHCE/General RE content from KS3 through to Sixth Form. Also content for Eduqas GCSE Religious Studies (Route B) and Judaism.
Eduqas Route B GCSE Religious Studies Revision
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Eduqas Route B GCSE Religious Studies Revision

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Revision for Eduqas Religious Studies GCSE Route B (Catholic) Modules covered - Origins and Meanings Good and Evil Life and Death Sin and Forgiveness Judaism Types of revision - Revision Grids RAG Sheets Revision PowerPoints Practice Papers Mini Tests A3 Sheets Key Concept Tests Knowledge Organisers
Religious Language Revision
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Religious Language Revision

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Knowledge Organisers for Religious Language A level Religious Studies AQA but could also be used for other exam boards Background Cognitive and non-cognitive Verification and Falsification Responses to the VP and FP (Blik, Language Games and Eschatalogical Verification) Analogy The Via Negativa Tillich Strengths and Weaknesses
Aristotle, Descartes and the Soul
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Aristotle, Descartes and the Soul

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Self, Death and the afterlife section AQA Religious Studies A-Level Philosophy section Main aims of this lesson are: To understand what the Dualism is To understand Aristotle’s argument and the difference between Plato and Aristotle To begin to understand Descartes arguments Contains: Highly detailed PowerPoint Notes on Aristotle V plato Notes on Descartes Homework
The Ontological Argument
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The Ontological Argument

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Information on the Ontological Argument containing the following: Starter activity St Anselm Type of Argument Proslogian 1 + 2 Reductio Ad Absurdum Gaunilo’s criticism
Eduqas Good and Evil Revision
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Eduqas Good and Evil Revision

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Eduqas Religious Studies GCSE (Catholic, Route B) Various Revision Worksheets and powerpoints for the Good and Evil Part of the Course. Revision Grids Good and Evil revision PowerPoint Good and Evil Key Concept games Paper 1 Practice Questions Paper 1 Revision - Misc RAG
Religious Language - Wittgenstein
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Religious Language - Wittgenstein

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Religious Language as a language game as presented by Wittgenstein Main aims of this lesson are: To understand what language game is To understand the strengths and weaknesses of Wittgensteins theory Contains: Highly detailed PowerPoint Strengths and Weaknesses colour code Strengths and weaknesses answers The implications of language games on religious language
Religious Language - Cognitive or non
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Religious Language - Cognitive or non

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Religious Language as cognitive or non-cognitive Main aims of this lesson are: To understand what cognitive and non-cognitive language is To understand the strengths and weaknesses of language as cognitive or non-cognitive Contains: Highly detailed PowerPoint Strengths and Weaknesses sheet Quiz style task
Religious Language - Falsification
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Religious Language - Falsification

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Religious Language and the Falsification principle Main aims of this lesson are: To understand the Falsifcation Principle To explore the strengths and weaknesses of the falsification principle Contains: Highly detailed PowerPoint The Parable of the Gardener Strengths and Weaknesses colour code
Mystical Experiences and William James
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Mystical Experiences and William James

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Mystical experiences as presented by William James Main aims of this lesson are: To understand what a Mystical Experience is. To Understand the 4 key parts of James’ theory on Religious Experience Contains: Highly detailed powerpoint Notes on James’ theory
Existence of God Revision
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Existence of God Revision

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Knowledge Organisers for Arguments for the Existence of God A level Religious Studies AQA but could also be used for other exam boards The Ontological Argument The Design Argument The Cosmological Argument
Knowledge Organisers for AQA Philosophy
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Knowledge Organisers for AQA Philosophy

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Knowledge Organisers for the Philosophy content A level Religious Studies AQA but could also be used for other exam boards 26 PPT slides which span across the entirity of the Philosophy Content for AQA Religious Studies Philsophy section. These can be printed off, emailed or blown up to A3.
Religious Experience + Walter Stace
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Religious Experience + Walter Stace

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Religious Experience and Walter Stace Non-sensuous and non-intellectual union with the divine Main aims of this lesson are: To explore what non-sensuous and non-intellectual union is To understand who Stace is and what he says about experiences To understand Stace’s 7 parts of religious experience Contains: Highly detailed powerpoint Notes for the carousel on the 7 parts of Stace’s religious experience
Religious Language as symbolic
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Religious Language as symbolic

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Religious Language as symbolic as presented by Tillich Main aims of this lesson are: To understand how religious language is symbolic To understand what Tillich believes about religious langauge To understand the strengths and weaknesses Contains: Highly detailed PowerPoint Notes on religious language as symbolic Strengths and weaknesses
Eduqas Origins and Meanings Revision
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Eduqas Origins and Meanings Revision

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Eduqas Religious Studies GCSE (Catholic, Route B) Various Revision Worksheets and powerpoints for the Origins and Meanings Part of the Course. Revision Grids Knowledge Organisers Paper 1 Practice Questions Paper 1 Revision - Misc RAG
Paley's Design Argument
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Paley's Design Argument

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A resource for Paley’s Design Argument. Created for Sixth Form usage. Learning objectives are to : Explore the strengths of the Design Argument. Understand the views of William Paley on the Design Argument. Contains notes on Paley and additional notes on Swinburne and Tennant’s Design Arguments.
Religious Experience Revision
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Religious Experience Revision

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Knowledge Organisers for Religious Experience A level Religious Studies AQA but could also be used for other exam boards Visions Otto James Stace Verifying Religious Experiences Swinburne