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This homework will be set on the 24th of January.
Early notice.
Think about faith in God, facts about God and doubts about Gods existence in terms of creating our world.
WRITE – in your exercise books:
List all the things that you know are certain/facts about creation.
List all the things that you believe in about creation.
List all the things that you are unsure of about creation.

11161

Think about faith in God, facts about God and doubts about Gods existence in terms of creating our world.
WRITE – in your exercise books:
List all the things that you know are certain/facts about creation.
List all the things that you believe in about creation.
List all the things that you are unsure of about creation.

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Revise the key words emailed to you today.

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Outstanding Homework Religious Education Deadline Wednesday 17th January.

Describe the story of events in the war in heaven from the perspective of either: Jesus, God, Lucifer, or one of God’s angels. (Engage in personal research to help develop your perspective). Your presentation will be shared with the class and could be through a:
– Poem in any style.
– Song (composing the words to a tune).
– Monologue -script for just one actor.

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Test next lesson!
Revise the key terms listed below. Each answer will achieve two marks if you;
1. Define each term correctly and concisely using one or more words.
2. Show a clear example of how the term can be used in a grammatically correct sentence.
God (noun) the one perfect, eternal, supernatural supreme being conceived as omnipotent, omniscient, omnipresent, originator or symbiotic (cooperative)
Alien – foreigner, or heavenly being, supernatural being
Supreme – highest
Being – life form
Supernatural – paranormal
Omnipotent – all powerful
Omniscient – all knowing or all seeing
Omnipresent – universal, all pervading or everywhere
Originator – creator
Synergetic – combined effort being greater than the effort of a singular
Doctrine – principle, rule or code
Atheists – non believers in God
Sceptics – cynics or doubters

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Test next lesson!
Revise the key terms listed below. Each answer will achieve two marks if you;
1. Define each term correctly and concisely using one or more words.
2. Show a clear example of how the term can be used in a grammatically correct sentence.
God (noun) the one perfect, eternal, supernatural supreme being conceived as omnipotent, omniscient, omnipresent, originator or symbiotic (cooperative)
Alien – foreigner, or heavenly being, supernatural being
Supreme – highest
Being – life form
Supernatural – paranormal
Omnipotent – all powerful
Omniscient – all knowing or all seeing
Omnipresent – universal, all pervading or everywhere
Originator – creator
Synergetic – combined effort being greater than the effort of a singular
Doctrine – principle, rule or code
Atheists – non believers in God
Sceptics – cynics or doubters

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Describe the story of events from the perspective of either: Jesus, God, Lucifer, or one of God’s angels. (Engage in personal research to help develop your perspective). Your presentation will be shared with the class and could be through a:
– Poem
– Song (composing the words to a tune)
– Monologue

10970

revise Christmas quiz for repeat test next week.

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Test                                 RS Revision topics

  • Philosophical arguments for the existence of God
  • What Christians believe about the nature of God
  • Different Christian teachings about the existence of God
  • Different Christian views on the nature of God
  • What are miracles and why are they important to Christians?
  • What are sacraments and why they are important to Christians
  • The concept of God as a Trinity
  • Different Christian beliefs about the Trinity
  • Explain the concept of God as creator
  • Jesus as Lord and Saviour
  • The importance of Jesus’s example and teachings to Christians
  • The incarnation, crucifixion, resurrection and ascension

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Test                                 RS Revision topics

  • Philosophical arguments for the existence of God
  • What Christians believe about the nature of God
  • Different Christian teachings about the existence of God
  • Different Christian views on the nature of God
  • What are miracles and why are they important to Christians?
  • What are sacraments and why they are important to Christians
  • The concept of God as a Trinity
  • Different Christian beliefs about the Trinity
  • Explain the concept of God as creator
  • Jesus as Lord and Saviour
  • The importance of Jesus’s example and teachings to Christians
  • The incarnation, crucifixion, resurrection and ascension
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