Edexcel GCSE Religious Studies Religion and Life Revision Guide Based on a Study of Christianity and Islam by Sarah K. Tyler, Gordon Reid
  

Edexcel GCSE Religious Studies Religion and Life Revision Guide Based on a Study of Christianity and Islam

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Edexcel GCSE Religious Studies Religion and Life Revision Guide Based on a Study of Christianity and Islam by Sarah K. Tyler, Gordon Reid

The Edexcel GCSE Religious Studies Religion and Life Revision Guide provides a carefully planned course of revision. It has been written specifically for a Study of Christianity and Islam. The core topics are presented as a series of spreads which outline the key facts and terms. Case studies are included where appropriate, and each section concludes with test-yourself review questions and sample exam questions with tips.

About the Author

Sarah K. Tyler is a Principal Examiner for Religious Studies and Head of Religious Studies at Mander Portman Woodward in London. Gordon Reid is a Principal Examiner for Religious Studies and formerly Head of Religious Studies at Alleyn's School in London.

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Paperback
128 pages

Author

Sarah K. Tyler, Gordon Reid
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Publication date

27th November 2009

ISBN

9780340987162


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