An Introduction to Philosophy of Religion by Alistair Anderson
  

Synopsis

An Introduction to Philosophy of Religion by Alistair Anderson

This study, addressing Unit 3.9, 'An Introduction to Philosophy of Religion' is part of a series of six which have been written to cover the CCEA GCSE Religious Studies specification.The book follows the content and themes of the specification and includes questions and activities to test knowledge and understanding, provides opportunities for group discussion and presentations, and extension activities to provide a chance for further study.A CD resource containing additional worksheets, quiz sheets and examination practice questions in PDF format is also available with ISBN 9781906578688.

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Format

Paperback
56 pages

Author

Alistair Anderson
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Publisher

Colourpoint Books

Publication date

30th June 2009

ISBN

9781906578374


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