Philosophy of Religion & Religious Ethics
EXAM BOARD: AQA – COURSE CODE: 1061/2061
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OVERVIEW OF COURSE
Pupils must study three components:
Christianity(33.3%): Pupils study religious figures and sacred texts; religious concepts and religious life; significant social and historical developments in religious thought; religious practices and religious identity
Philosophy of religion (33.3%):There will be four themes within this component: arguments for the existence of God; challenges to religious belief; religious experience; religious language
Religion and Ethics(33.3%): There will be four themes within this component: ethical thought; deontological ethics; teleological ethics; determinism and free will.
This course offers an ideal preparation for most courses at higher education and is a course which is highly regarded by many of the Russell Group Universities. The ethical and philosophical modules, in particular, allow the students to develop the ability to present arguments in a logical and critical fashion. It is an ideal foundation for any theological Religious Studies course or the P.P.Ebut the skills acquired can be applied to many other disciplines such as Law.
- Problem solving
- Logical and creative thinking
- Clear presentation of arguments, views and distinctions