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Religious Studies

WJEC/Eduqas RS for Yr1/AS - Philo of Rel & Religion & Ethics

Author(s): Richard Gray, Karl Lawson

awarding body: WJEC/Eduqas

level: A Level Year 1 & AS

isbn: 978-1-908682-99-4

subject: Religious Studies

Pages: 248pp



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Philosophy of Religion

Theme 1 Arguments for the existence of God – inductive

Theme 2 Arguments for the existence of God – deductive

Theme 3 Challenges to religious belief – the problem of evil and suffering

Theme 4 Religious experience.

Religion and Ethics

Theme 1 Ethical thought

Theme 2 Aquinas’ Natural Law – a religious approach to ethics

Theme 3 Situation ethics – a religious approach to ethics

Theme 4 Utilitarianism – a non-religious approach to ethics

Questions and answers

Quickfire answers



About the authors:

Richard Gray has studied at The University of Sheffield where he won the Epworth Prize, before taking up a British Academy scholarship at Lancaster University. He has also studied as Research Fellow at The University of Leeds. Richard has taught A Level Religious Studies for more than 20 years and is a former Head of Religious Studies. He has also been a senior examiner at A Level for 16 years. Richard is currently a freelance writer and examiner. He is author of several books and articles for A Level Religious Studies.

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 major awarding body.