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This lesson explores a central belief of Christianity: that humans are sinful and that they can be ‘saved’. It looks at different Christian teachings about salvation: through faith (Paul) and through deeds/ action (James). It teaches that Jesus called for radical change, and examines some Bible passages where that is communicated, before explaining how Christian Aid puts faith into action through its work on climate change and gender justice.£CALL Out of stock
FREE sample pages: This guide, produced by NATRE, clarifies the law and offers suggestions for dealing with specific withdrawal scenarios. Like what you see give us your email by clciking the link at the end of the document and we will send to you. NATRE members - no need to sign up just login and download the complete resource.£CALL Out of stock
Examining Religion and Belief: Muslims V.2 - Four classroom activities to engage and excite your pupils£CALL Out of stock
Challenging Knowledge in RE vol 1: Studying God. Resource 3.2: Scholarly views - what do theologians say about God? Six theological commentaries on the Bible passages in Resource 3.1 on page 10 of the book.£CALL Out of stock
Our students deserve to be taught Religious Education by those with sufficient training and expertise in the subject. A report from NATRE in response to the publication of the school workforce data for 2015.£CALL Out of stock
Professor Russell Stannard, Emeritus Professor of Physics at the Open University and licensed lay minister in the Church of England, explores the issues in science and religion in a series of specially filmed videos.£CALL Out of stock
A piece of home learning about Science and Religion for pupils in KS4/GCSE (14-16 year olds).£CALL Out of stock
The winning entries. (p.28).£CALL Out of stock
A very useful resource addressing issues raised by the interface between science and religion across the 11 to 19 age range.£CALL Out of stock
Case study: developing a compelling learning experience by Paul Hopkins.£CALL Out of stock
This study shows how a Year 9 class were able to explore the philosophical, scientific and theological concepts of truth through a range of activities which linked not only to RE, but also English and science.£CALL Out of stock
Emma Bennett’s artwork (Coloured image)£CALL Out of stock
Emma Bennett’s artwork (Black and White image)£CALL Out of stock
Nelson Mandela Quote - Anti-bullying secondary resource£CALL Out of stock
Dartboard resource - secondary anti-bullying resources£CALL Out of stock
Reasons for bullying - Secondary anti-bullying resource£CALL Out of stock