This lesson explores Buddhism’s response to evil. Students consider the Buddha’s teachings on what constitutes evil and the source of the problem. This lesson always stimulates lively discussion with my students.
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Evil and Suffering
This bundle of lessons includes the power points for a whole scheme of work on evil and suffering. The lessons range from an introduction to the idea of evil, through to an exploration of the nature of God, responses to the problem of evil, Buddhist perspectives and an assessment task. These lessons are interactive and include many tasks that encourage students to develop their oral/discussion skills. These lessons can be used at KS3 or 4 and strongly support the the Edexcel GCSE syllabus.
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