GCSE Religious Studies Philosophy and Applied Ethics Revision Guide for OCR B by Jon Mayled, Judith Anderson
  

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GCSE Religious Studies Philosophy and Applied Ethics Revision Guide for OCR B by Jon Mayled, Judith Anderson

This invaluable Revision Guide gives clear focus on key content and examination requirements. GCSE Religious Studies B: Philosophy and Applied Ethics for OCR B Revision Guide has been written by an expert and endorsed by OCR in order to help you achieve your best. - Helps you to learn what you need to know for the examination by breaking down and summarising the content of the Philosophy and Applied Ethics units into bite-size chunks - Allows you to practice the examination skills you need through providing exam-style questions and answers - Gives you confidence in knowing what the examiner is looking for through providing examination guidance CONTENTS: Philosophy 1 Topic 1 - Beliefs about deity Topic 2 - Religious and spiritual experience Topic 3 - The end of life Philosophy 2 Topic 4 - Good and evil Topic 5 - Religion, reason and revelation Topic 6 - Religion and science Applied Ethics 1 Topic 1 - Religion and human relationships Topic 2 - Religion and medical ethics Topic 3 - Religion, poverty and wealth Applied Ethics 2 Topic 4 - Religion, peace and justice Topic 5 - Religion and equality Topic 6 - Religion and the media

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Excellent resource ... Comprehensive coverage, loads of quotes and source material. Amazon reviewer This is an excellent book, and great for the price! Amazon reviewer Contained all of the relevant information for the course and is set out in a very easy way to be effective as a revision guide. Great buy. Amazon reviewer

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Jon Mayled is an experienced examiner

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Paperback
96 pages

Author

Jon Mayled, Judith Anderson
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Publisher

Hodder Education

Publication date

26th March 2010

ISBN

9781444110715


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