Beliefs, Values and Traditions

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Heinemann, 2002 - Christianity - 224 pages
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Organized by religion, this text covers Christianity, Judaism and Islam. Within each section there is a general introduction outlining basic beliefs and views about God and morality, and an exploration of themes which match the revised topics of the GCSE specifications.
 

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Contents

Notes for teachers
4
Morality
11
Morality
17
Attitudes to sex and family planning
24
Marriage
30
Home and family
36
The role of women
42
Wealth and poverty
48
Embryo technology
96
Judaism
154
Attitudes to sex and family planning
162
Home and family
169
The elderly
176
The role of the synagogue
183
Prejudice and discrimination
190
The natural world
198

The natural world
54
Liberation theology
62
Crime and punishment
68
Suffering and evil
76
Reexamine
89
Crime and punishment
204
Suffering and evil
212
Reexamine
221
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