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Baisakhi: The Formation of the Khalsa£CALL Out of stock
This book aims to encourage the reader to explore ancient church buildings and discover the hidden secrets of crypts, vaults, towers and graveyards.£CALL Out of stock
An extended version of John Campbell’s article on pp.38-9 on the use of the Bible in arguing the case for/against slavery.£CALL Out of stock
A pdf of the article ‘Don’t abort the brain!' Ten ways to teach birth issues and sanctity of life better.£CALL Out of stock
Dave Francis (REsource 24:1, Autumn 2001). Ideas about how to organise assessment in RE.£CALL Out of stock
The wisdom bible card game (pp.7-9).£CALL Out of stock
Exploring Religion and Beliefs: Hindus-: Big ideas found in the Ramayana£CALL Out of stock
PDF of 'The big picture' article on pp. 86-87 of REtoday Spring 2020: What does the Calligraphic Galleon tell us about Islam?£CALL Out of stock
RE is often valued by teachers and pupils for the ‘big questions’ it addresses. The place of ‘big ideas’ in the subject goes beyond what each particular religion has to say, and in some ways makes RE a subject about every learner.£CALL Out of stock
This presentation looks at how belief and experience make a difference to each other in the biography of a young atheist and a young Muslim. These two examples will enable you to write a ‘biography of belief’ of your own.£CALL Out of stock
In rural East Devon, a casual walk through Small Heath, with its predominantly South Asian ambience, can be a shock to the system.£CALL Out of stock
A set of cut-out cards telling the story of the Birmingham Qur'an. From p.6 of Examining religion and belief: Muslims.£CALL Out of stock
Earthquakes? Cancer? Faith in God? An interview with Bishop Victoria Matthews of Christchurch New Zealand. Bishop Victoria was one of the very first Anglican women priests to become a bishop, and served first in Canada, and now in New Zealand.£CALL Out of stock
Readers who wish to broaden their feel for the Sufi school of Islamic thought and for the sayings of Muhammad as they may relate to the modern life will enjoy this book most.£CALL Out of stock