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Religious Studies


WJEC/Eduqas RS for Yr 2/A2: Philosophy of Religion

Author(s): Peter Cole, Karl Lawson


awarding body: WJEC/Eduqas


level: A2 & Year 2


isbn: 978-1-911208-65-5


subject: Religious Studies


£12.49



       

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N.B. Originally we planned to publish one book combining both topics: WJEC/Eduqas Religious Studies for Year 2 & A2: Philosophy of Religion and Religion and Ethics (ISBN 978-1-911208-39-6 priced at £24.99), but due to continued delays with matching exam specification requirements for the Ethics part of the course, we are publishing two separate books at £12.49 each – one for each topic.  This means Philosophy of Religion and Religion and Ethics will publish separately.

 

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Written by experienced examiners and authors, this new textbook provides comprehensive coverage of all the skills and knowledge required for the Philosophy of Religion topic in the WJEC A2 specification or for A Level Year 2 of the Eduqas A Level specification.

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A clear skills-based pathway of learning firmly bridges the gap between specification content and the final exam

Detailed content is presented in a clear and appealing way to help students engage with the information

Developing Skills section provides help with applying knowledge of both specification content and the issues that are raised

Questions and Answers section provides practice questions with student answers and examiner commentaries

The book provides distinctive AO1 and AO2 materials and specific activities that target each assessment objective

 

Contents*

About this book

Philosophy of Religion

Theme 2: Challenges to religious belief – Religious belief as a product of the human mind

D: Religious belief as a product of the human mind: Sigmund Freud

E: Religious belief as a product of the human mind: Carl Jung

F: Issues relating to rejection of religion: Atheism

Theme 3: Religious experience

D: The influence of religious experience on religious practice and faith

E: Different definitions of miracles

F: Contrasting views on the possibility of miracles: David Hume and Richard Swinburne

Theme 4: Religious language

A: Inherent problems of religious language

B: Religious language as cognitive, but meaningless

C: Religious language as non-cognitive and analogical

Theme 4: Religious language

D: Religious language as non-cognitive and symbolic

E: Religious language as non-cognitive and mythical

F: Religious language as a language game

Questions and answers

Quickfire answers

Glossary

Index

 

About the authors:

Peter Cole was head of Religious Studies and Philosophy at Worthing College. He is very experienced as an A Level examiner, senior examiner and reviser, having worked for over 30 years for three major awarding bodies. Peter has written numerous key books for A Level Religious Studies in the area of Philosophy of Religion and New Testament studies and is a popular, bestselling author.

Karl Lawson is an experienced teacher of Religious Studies, having taught for over twenty five years in schools in both England and Wales. He is an experienced examiner with over twenty years of experience at GCSE and A Level and is a senior examiner for a leading awarding body.

 

*The contents listed correspond to the Eduqas Full A Level Specification which matches equivalent WJEC A2 Specification as follows:

Philosophy of Religion

Eduqas Theme 2: D,E,F = WJEC Theme 1: A,B,C

Eduqas Theme 3: D,E,F = WJEC Theme 2: A,B,C

Eduqas Theme 4: A,B,C = WJEC Theme 3: A,B,C

Eduqas Theme 4: D,E,F = WJEC Theme 4: A,B,C