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H573/01 Teaching Pack – Philosophy of Religion New Specification Year 2

Author: Andrew Capone
Product Format: Digital documents

Content covers the nature and attributes of God (including discussion of Anselm, Boethius and Swinburne) religious language (negative, analogical and symbolic) and twentieth century perspectives on Philosophy of Religion from Wittgenstein, Ayer, Hare, Flew and Mitchell. Lesson Plans, powerpoints, extracts and starter activities are all included to give a multiple intelligences approach to teaching Philosophy of Religion.

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What’s inside the pack?

This pack contains: 212 Word Docs & 11 PowerPoints:
  • Theological and Philosophical Development with 48 Word Docs and 4 PowerPoints
  • Religious Language Classical with 24 Word Docs and 3 PowerPoints
  • Religious Language Logical Positivism with 40 Word Docs and 4 PowerPoints

File list: (note: all files are Word Docs unless otherwise stated)

4 NAG Nature and Attributes of God (folder)
NAG1 Omnipotence
  • NAG O Nature and Attributes of God
  • NAG1 A1 Argument Angel – Aquinas
  • NAG1 A1 Diamond 9 – Omnipotence
  • NAG1 A2 Argument Analysis – Aquinas
  • NAG1 A2 Mind Mapping
  • NAG1 A3 Bloom Cube – Omnipotence
  • NAG1 A3 Plenary Triangle
  • NAG1 E1 Source – Biblical Accounts
  • NAG1 E2 Source – Aquinas
  • NAG1 E3 Source – Descartes
  • NAG1 L Omnipotence
  • NAG1 P Omnipotence pptx
NAG2 Benevolence
  • NAG2 A1 Sorting – Decalogue
  • NAG2 A1 Venn Diagram – Characteristics
  • NAG2 A2 Key Points – Jesus
  • NAG2 A2 Silent Debate – Goodness of God
  • NAG2 A3 Image Assignment – Euthpyphro
  • NAG2 A3 Triangulation – Nature of God
  • NAG2 E1 Source – Biblical Extracts
  • NAG2 E2 Source – Richard Swinburne
  • NAG2 E3 Source – Kant and Jerome
  • NAG2 L Benevolence
  • NAG2 P Benevolence pptx
NAG3 Omniscience
  • NAG3 A1 Argument Temple – Nature of God
  • NAG3 A2 Revision Pamphlet – Nature of God
  • NAG3 A3 Dominos – Nature of God
  • NAG3 A3 Three Questions – Omniscience
  • NAG3 E1 Source – Biblical Extracts
  • NAG3 E2 Source – Louis of Molina
  • NAG3 E3 Source – Richard Dawkins
  • NAG3 L Omniscience
  • NAG3 P Omniscience pptx
  • NAG3.A1 Scholar Comparison
  • NAG3.A2 Knowledge Wheel – Omniscience
NAG4 Eternity
  • NAG4 A1 Key Terms – Nature of God
  • NAG4 A1 Question Analysis – Eternity
  • NAG4 A2 De Bono Hats – Boethius
  • NAG4 A2 Scholar Dialogue – Boethius and Lady Philosophy
  • NAG4 A3 Confused Opinions – Eternity
  • NAG4 A3 Taboo – Nature of God
  • NAG4 D1 Summary – Boethius
  • NAG4 E1 Source – Biblical Accounts
  • NAG4 E2 Source – Greek Accounts
  • NAG4 E3 Source – Augustine
  • NAG4 E4 Source – Boethius
  • NAG4 E5 Source – Aquinas
  • NAG4 E6 Source – Swinburne
  • NAG4 E7 Source – Swinburne
  • NAG4 E8 Source – Davies
  • NAG4 L Eternity
  • NAG4 P Eternity pptx
5 Religious Language Classical
RLC.O Classical Religious Language
RLC1 Via Negativa
  • RLC1 A1 Diamond 9 – Via Negativa
  • RLC1 A1 Key Terms – Religous Language
  • RLC1 A2 Argument Analysis – Via Negativa
  • RLC1 A2 De Bono Hats – Maimonides
  • RLC1 A3 Confused Opinions – Via Negativa
  • RLC1 A3 Plenary Triangle – Via Negativa
  • RLC1 E1 Source – Moses Maimonides
  • RLC1 L Apophatic Way
  • RLC1 P Via Negativa
RLC2 Analogy
  • RLC2 A1 Argument Angel – Via Negativa
  • RLC2 A1 Question Analysis – Via Negativa
  • RLC2 A2 Key Points Table – Analogy
  • RLC2 A2 Mind Mapping – Analogy
  • RLC2 A3 Bloom Cube – Analogy
  • RLC2 A3 Image Assigning – Baker
  • RLC2 E1 Source – Aquinas
  • RLC2 L Cataphatic Way
  • RLC2 P Analogy
RLC3 Symbol
  • RLC3 A1 Scholar Comparison – Maimonides and Aquinas
  • RLC3 A1 Venn Diagram – Positive and Negative language
  • RLC3 A2 Knowledge Wheel – Symbols
  • RLC3 A2 Revision Pamphlet – Religious Language
  • RLC3 A3 Dominoes – Religious Language
  • RLC3 A3 Triangulation – Religious Languae
  • RLC3 E1 Source – Tillich
  • RLC3 L Symbols
  • RLC3 P Symbols pptx
6 Religious Language Logical Positivism
RLL1 Logical Positivism
RLL O Logical Positivism
  • RLL1 A1 Argument Temple Logical Positivism
  • RLL1 A1 Diamond 9 – Logical Positivism
  • RLL1 A2 De Bono Hats – Orwell
  • RLL1 A2 Silent Debate – Verificationism
  • RLL1 A3 Image Assigning – Raven
  • RLL1 A3 Three Questions – Verification
  • RLL1 D1 Summary – Verification
  • RLL1 E1 Source – Ayer
  • RLL1 E2 Source – Orwell Newspeak
  • RLL1 L Verification
  • RLL1 P Verification pptx
RLL2 Verification
  • RLL2 A1 Argument Angel – Verification
  • RLL2 A1 Question Analysis – Verification
  • RLL2 A2 Revision Pamphlet – Verificationism
  • RLL2 A2 Scholar Dialogue – Wittgenstein Ayer
  • RLL2 A3 Bloom Cube – Language Games
  • RLL2 A3 Plenary Triangle – Verification
  • RLL2 E1 Source – Flew
  • RLL2 E2 Source – Wittgenstien
  • RLL2 E3 Source – Swinburne
  • RLL2 L Language Games
  • RLL2 P Language Games pptx
RLL3 Falsification
  • RLL3 A1 Key Terms – Logical Positivism
  • RLL3 A1 Scholar Comparison – Verification
  • RLL3 A2 Key Points Table – Falsification
  • RLL3 A2 Mind Mapping – Falsification
  • RLL3 A3 Confused Opinions – Falsification
  • RLL3 A3 Triangulation – Logical Positivism
  • RLL3 D Summary – Falsification
  • RLL3 E1 Source – Popper
  • RLL3 E2 Source – Flew
  • RLL3 L Falsification
  • RLL3 P Falsification pptx
RLL4 Bliks
  • RLL4 A1 Sorting Task – Fasifaction Parables
  • RLL4 A1 Venn Diagram – Religious Language
  • RLL4 A2 Argument Analysis – Bliks
  • RLL4 A2 Knowledge Wheel – Parables
  • RLL4 A3 Dominoes – Religious Language
  • RLL4 A3 Taboo – Logical Positivism
  • RLL4 D1 Summary – Response to Flew
  • RLL4 E1 Source – Hare
  • RLL4 L Bliks
  • RLL4 P Bliks pptx