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I am passionate about Religious Education & theology. I also teach Spanish, English and History.
'Grace and the sacramental nature of reality' to aid pages 56 & 57.
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'Grace and the sacramental nature of reality' to aid pages 56 & 57.

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(2.11) ‘Grace and the sacramental nature of reality’ to aid pages 56 & 57. Objectives i. Understand the meaning of the term ‘grace.’ ii. Understand how reality can be thought of as a ‘sacramental.’ iii.Understand how each of these ideas affects Catholic understanding of God’s creation. Key Terms 1. Grace: God’s free gift of His unconditional love to the believer. 2. The divine life: the shared love of the Father and the Son in the Holy Spirit. 3. Sinful: when humans turn away from God and do what they want, rather than what God wants. 4 Sacrament: rites and rituals through which the believer receives a special gift of grace; for Catholics, Anglicans and many Protestants, sacraments are ‘outward signs’ of ‘inward grace.’
(2.10) 'Different understandings of the incarnation' to aid pages 54 & 55.
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(2.10) 'Different understandings of the incarnation' to aid pages 54 & 55.

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(2.10) 'Different understandings of the incarnation' to aid pages 54 & 55. Objectives i. Understanding recent documents from the Magisterium that show how Jesus is both God and fully man. ii. Appreciate the importance of these teachings about Jesus’ humanity and his teachings. Key Terms 1. Heresy: a belief that goes against the accepted teachings of the Church. 2. Magisterium: the teaching authority of the Catholic Church, exercised by the Pope and the bishops. 3. Salvation: freedom from sin, and from the eternal separation from God that is brought about by sin. 4. Apostolic exhortation: a letter or document from the Pope encouraging Catholics in their religion.
The Seven Sacraments (29 slides)
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The Seven Sacraments (29 slides)

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The Seven Sacraments (29 slides) Objectives i. Know the names and effects of the seven sacraments. ii. Understand how the sacraments sanctify life. Key Terms i. Sacrament: rites and rituals through which the believer receives a special gift of grace for Catholics, Anglicans and many Protestants, sacraments are ‘outward signs’ of ‘inward grace.’ ii. Laying on of hands: a symbolic gesture that passes on the power of the Holy Spirit. iii. Sanctity/sanctification: being made holy. Witness: when someone shows their faith in their words and actions.
Dealing with Racism.
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Dealing with Racism.

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These 112 slides contain a variety of exercises, links and pictures to aid you tackle ‘Racism’ in school. These slides help you understand how to deal with racism in school. These exercises help you to identify if you or your peers are suffering racist abuse and be able to stop it.
Michelangelo's 'Creation of Adam' (24 slides)
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Michelangelo's 'Creation of Adam' (24 slides)

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Michelangelo's 'Creation of Adam' (24 slides) Objectives i. Understanding the meaning and significance of Michelangelo’s ‘Creation of Adam.’ ii. Understand how this painting reflects Catholics beliefs about God as creator, and the creation of humanity in the image of God. Key Terms Creator : The one who makes things and brings things about. Creation: The act by which God brought the universe into being. 1. Michelangelo: Michelangelo Buonarotti (1475-1564) was a famous Italian painter and sculptor. 2. Genesis: The first book of the Bible, in which the stories of creation are found. 3. Creation of Adam: Part of the painting on the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel in the Vatican in Rome, which shows God giving life to Adam.
(12.12) Conflict resolution and peacemaking - 48 slides -
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(12.12) Conflict resolution and peacemaking - 48 slides -

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(12.12) Conflict resolution and peacemaking Objectives i. Understand what the Bible and Catholic Church teach about peacemaking and conflict resolution. ii. Know how two Christian organisations work to bring about peace. iii. Understand why some Christians prefer the use of non-violent resistance.
(2.9) 'Tradition and St. Irenaeus' writings about Jesus' pages 52 & 53.
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(2.9) 'Tradition and St. Irenaeus' writings about Jesus' pages 52 & 53.

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(2.9) 'Tradition and St. Irenaeus' writings about Jesus' ( 18 slides) to aid pages 52 & 53. Objectives i. Know why tradition is important to Catholics. ii. Understand how Jesus, the Word of God, shows both the fullness of God and the fullness of man. Key Term 1. Tradition: that which has been handed on or passed down; things which have value because they have ‘stood the test of time.’
AQA Religious Studies B, Catholic Christianity with Islam & Judaism (kutepoppygirl95).
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AQA Religious Studies B, Catholic Christianity with Islam & Judaism (kutepoppygirl95).

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To aid the AQA Religious Studies B, Catholic Christianity with Islam & Judaism check 'kutepoppygirl95's resources. I am a passionate teacher of Religious studies, Spanish & English. I am currently teaching the 'AQA Religious Studies 'B' Catholic Christianity with Islam & Judaism' and have made, and in the process of making more resources to aid this book. So check out my resources. kutepoppygirl95