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REVISION FOR WAR, PEACE AND CONFLICT AQA RS
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REVISION FOR WAR, PEACE AND CONFLICT AQA RS

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This is a revision resource pack meant for AQA religious studies GCSE (9-1). In particular, it covers the topic of war peace and conflict. This pack includes: A full coverage on the topic of “WAR, PEACE AND CONFLICT” Detailed revision mind map Vital quotes from religious scriptures Subject specific evidence Full explanation of knowledge needed for this topic such as: Religion, violence, terrorism and war • The meaning and significance of: • peace • justice • forgiveness • reconciliation. • Violence, including violent protest. • Terrorism. • Reasons for war, including greed, self-defence and retaliation. • The just war theory, including the criteria for a just war. • Holy war. • Pacifism. Religion and belief in 21st century conflict • Religion and belief as a cause of war and violence in the contemporary world. • Nuclear weapons, including nuclear deterrence. • The use of weapons of mass destruction. • Religion and peace-making in the contemporary world including the work of individuals influenced by religious teaching. • Religious responses to the victims of war including the work of one present day religious organisation.
RELIGIOUS STUDIES(RS) RELIGION AND LIFE REVISION PACK - AQA 9-1 GCSE
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RELIGIOUS STUDIES(RS) RELIGION AND LIFE REVISION PACK - AQA 9-1 GCSE

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This is a revision resource for religious studies (rs) AQA. In particular it covers the topic “religion an life”. This pack includes: A full coverage on the topic of “RELIGION AND LIFE” Detailed revision mind map Vital quotes from religious scriptures Subject specific evidence Full explanation of knowledge needed for this topic such as: • religious teachings about the origins of the universe, and different interpretations of these • the relationship between scientific views, such as the Big Bang theory, and religious views. • The value of the world and the duty of human beings to protect it, including religious teaching about stewardship, dominion, responsibility, awe and wonder. • The use and abuse of the environment, including the use of natural resources, pollution. The use and abuse of animals, including: • animal experimentation • the use of animals for food. The origins and value of human life • The origins of life, including: • religious teachings about the origins of human life, and different interpretations of these • the relationship between scientific views, such as evolution, and religious views. • The concepts of sanctity of life and the quality of life. • Abortion, including situations when the mother’s life is at risk. • Ethical arguments related to abortion, including those based on the sanctity of life and quality of life. • Euthanasia. • Beliefs about death and an afterlife, and their impact on beliefs about the value of human life.