What matters most to Humanists and
Christians?

In this unit, pupils will think carefully about actions, sources of authority, values, religious and non-religious worldviews. They will make links with sources of authority that tell people how to be good. Pupils will spend time thinking about the similarities and differences between Christian and Humanist ideas about being good and how people live. They will consider what it means to follow a moral code; carefully thinking about why this might be both helpful and difficult.

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