Pathways to God by Kevin Mullally
  

Pathways to God

Written by Kevin Mullally
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Synopsis

Pathways to God by Kevin Mullally

This work presents a novel approach, featuring an interactive, page-by-page development of the concepts, characters, history and beliefs of religions across the world. It is richly illustrated with full-colour artwork and photographs, bringing the subject to life for both the student and teacher. Key words are highlighted and explained. Research journal ideas are presented throughout the text. There are opportunities for personal and group faith development through prayer, scripture and reflection. It is filled with graded activities suitable for all abilities including: true or false statements; cloze tests; word wheels; word searches; crosswords; personal and group artwork; use of key words; and scripture research. Pathways to God: Book 2 examines the spread of Christianity. It explores the world religion of Judaism. It looks at the world religion of Islam. It focuses on the development and celebration of faith. It deals with moral development and moral issues.

About the Author

Kevin Mullally is Head of Religious Education and Pastoral Care at Kylemore College in Dublin.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
304 pages

Author

Kevin Mullally
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Publisher

Gill & Macmillan Ltd an imprint of Gill

Publication date

7th March 2006

ISBN

9780717140190


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