Problem of Evil AQA A level RS

Problem of Evil AQA A level RS

Included: Full lesson and activities for: Process Theology Free will defense Presentations for: Irenaen/Hick Theodicy Augustinian Theodicy Problem of Evil (intro)
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AQA 9-1 RS GCSE Exam Paper Analysis Religious Studies new spec (UPDATED SPAG)

AQA 9-1 RS GCSE Exam Paper Analysis Religious Studies new spec (UPDATED SPAG)

For AQA Religious Studies 9-1 In depth analysis of question types and answer structures with example answers. Goes through both papers, question by question of exactly what is required for each. Addresses: 4 Mark, Beliefs, Practices and Themes 5 Mark, Beliefs, Practices and Themes, 12 Mark, Beliefs, Practices and Themes (Two example answers included) Command words SPaG
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AQA GCSE RS  Revision Card Game Key Words Christianity, Islam and all Themes

AQA GCSE RS Revision Card Game Key Words Christianity, Islam and all Themes

This bundle includes my keyword revision game for themes B,C,D,E,F AND Christianity and Islam A: Marriage and the Family B: Religion and Life C: The existence of God and revelation D: Peace and conflict E: Religion, Crime and Punishment F: Religion, Human rights and social justice. This is a game I’ve created for my year 11’s. They’ve been struggling with keywords so this is a fun activity that can be played multiple times with them. There are differing levels of rules so can allow for differentiation as well. The cards have been created so that you can print them double sided and the tiles will match up (or print and photocopy 1 sided - 2 sided and it should work) The rules in short are, Spread the cards out across your table with the keyword facing up Each player takes it in turn to select a card and guess the definition of the word. If the player guesses correctly with the reverse of the card they keep the card and add it to their pile. If they are incorrect the leave the card to the table and put back 3 cards from their hand. Winner is the person with the most cards at the end of the game. Also available Christianity Islam A: Marriage and the Family B: Religion and Life C: The existence of God and revelation D: Peace and conflict E: Religion, Crime and Punishment F: Religion, Human rights and social justice. Thanks
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AQA RS A level - Secularisation - Liberation Theology

AQA RS A level - Secularisation - Liberation Theology

This a PPT for the chapeter on the liberationist response to secularisation. Again it’s just a power point, nothing spectacular but follows the text book (which jumps around quite a bit). I’ve tried to streamline it as best I can. Includes: Quietist /activist apporaches Secular ownership of religion Liberationist approach
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A level Religious Studies - Christian concepts - The Trinity: the Filioque Controversy

A level Religious Studies - Christian concepts - The Trinity: the Filioque Controversy

This the 2nd lesson on the Trinity. It starts with a reminder on the heresies around the Trinity (can be used as starter). It then details how the Filioque controversy came about and goes into bit of detail on the Great Schism of 1054 (please do make it clear that the Church was slowly drifting a part due to the fall of the Roman empire.) I’ve made an attempt to explain what ‘proceeds’ from the Father and the Son mean and how this idea fits into Easter and Western Theology.
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A Level Religious Studies - Christian concepts - The Trinity

A Level Religious Studies - Christian concepts - The Trinity

This lesson introduces to the main ideas of the trinity, I have attached the sheet of trinitarian analogies. Every time I teach students I get them to explain why all the analogies fall short. It covers the origins of trinitarian thought and the heresies the doctrine was developed to guard against.
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AQA A level RS Secularisation bundle

AQA A level RS Secularisation bundle

(Picture for attention, it provokes some great responses in class!) 4 Lessons covering various topics from AQA A level Religious Studies unit on secularisation. I didn’t find it the most interesting of all the topics to teach so hopefully this allows you to get through it quickly and efficiently! Topics include: Militant Atheism Develops in Christian thought (wealth and poverty) New forms of Expression: Fresh Expressions New forms of Expression: House Church Movement Liberation Theology
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A level RS Biblical Inspiration Calvin accommodation.

A level RS Biblical Inspiration Calvin accommodation.

This is a power point and silent debate sheet for an A level lesson of Calvin’s doctrine of accommodation. The power point is relatively brief which allows students to spend the second half of the double doing activities. I had mine do a silent debate (they had a hand out which was an extract from the Eduqas textbook and 10 mins to read it and highlight) They really did well and enjoyed it a lot, much to my surprise as this isn’t the most interesting unit for them!
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RS GCSE AQA 9-1  Revision Sheet - Christianity - Nature Of God

RS GCSE AQA 9-1 Revision Sheet - Christianity - Nature Of God

This will be the first of many, I should get round to the others before easter. I have completed the boxes to show what it ought to look like when they have filled in their blank ones. It covers the key words, 4,5 mark questions for each topic (in this case Nature of God in Christianity) I plan to give them each a filled in one for every topic at easter, but that should be as a ‘top up’ rather than a do it for them.
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A Level RS Biblical Inspiration and Authority

A Level RS Biblical Inspiration and Authority

An extended presentation on the issue of biblical inspiration. It covers both Objective and Subjective views, as well as the ramifications of holding to each. Included are references to early Church fathers and Karl Barth.
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