GCSE Religious Studies at HGS
Supporting Learning at Harrogate Grammar School
Religion and Morality
Religious Attitudes to Drug Abuse
What are Drugs? – Legal Drugs
What are Drugs? – Illegal Drugs
Drug Use and the Individual
The Effectiveness of Rehabilitation
The Effects on Society
The Law and Drugs
Religious Teachings about Mind and Body
Religious Attitudes to Crime and Punishment
Crime and Religious Belief
The Causes of Crime
Types of Crime
The Aims of Punishment
Religion and the Aims of Punishment
Young Offenders and Punishment
Other Forms of Punishment
Religious Attitudes to World Poverty
Rich World / Poor World
The Causes of Poverty
Politics and Corruption
Debt and Economic Trade
Religious Attitudes to Matters of Life (Medical Ethics)
Religious Philosophy and Ultimate Questions
The Existence of God
How do we prove that things exist?
The First Cause Argument
Problems with the Argument from First Cause
Rescuing the Argument from First Cause – HARDER!
The Design Argument
Problems with the Design Argument
Rescuing the Design Argument – HARDER!
Stephen Hawking: Does God Exist?
The Problems of Evil and Suffering
The Problem of Evil and Suffering
The Purpose of Suffering
Reasons for Suffering – Natural and Moral Suffering
What is meant by immortality?
Three Ideas of Immortality: legacy, Memory and Resurrection
Reincarnation and Rebirth
Resurrection – Islamic views of Life After Death
Christian Views on Life After Death
Dualism and Materialism
Evidence for Life After Death?
Science and Religion
What is Truth?
The Origins of the Universe
Other Religious Accounts of Creation
The Cosmological Revolution
The Origins of Life
Can Science and Religion Agree?
Absolute vs. Evolving Truth
Science and Religion in the Modern World
Introduction to Miracles
What is Meant by a ‘Miracle’?
Does God Work in the World Through Miracles?
Can Humans perform Miracles?
Examples of Miracles From Scripture and Tradition
Examples of Miracles from History and Personal Experience
Evidence OF and FOR Miracles
The Power of Miracles in Revealing God
Lesson 9 – To what Extent do Miracles Cause Problems for Believers?
Lesson 10 – Hume’s Argument Regarding the Impossibility of Miracles
Dec 06 2012
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