S1 Classes will shortly be completing an assessment on the Islam unit they have been working through. You should have been given a copy of the following mind map of the main topics you need to study. This is a guide to give further information on the different topics you have studied to help you … Continue reading Islam Revision Guide – Five Pillars, Life of Mohammed, Judgement Day, The Qur’an, Nature of Allah
Professor Alan Lurie writes about his beliefs on What God is. He is from a Jewish faith and this could be useful when asked in an exam or assignment about beliefs about God. As a rabbi, I am often asked to define the word “God.” And as a person whose life is centred on knowing … Continue reading Is God A Man In the Sky? – Huffington Post Article
Hello National 5s Below are the revision guides for your three units to complete in the exam. I will add more and more revision guides to this website for the topics that you need to know about for the exam. Remember to use this website to help or come along to B12 after school for … Continue reading National 5 Revision Guides and Questions
This is a summary of what Muslims believe about God. The Arabic word for God is Allah, that is what many Muslims call him as most of islamic texts and words are written in Arabic. Tawhid Muslims believe in Tawhid - this is the belief that there is one supreme god. Muslims are Monotheistic, this … Continue reading Islam – Beliefs in God
Christians would agree with the descriptions of God detailed above. Christians are monotheists. This means that they believe there is only one God. It is very difficult to describe God, because everyday language is always about ordinary things but God is not ordinary. God is 'holy', meaning special, separate and different. It is important to remember … Continue reading Christianity – Nature of God
In order to help you with the Origins and Existence of God revision. I have created some posters that you can use to help with your revision and understanding. RME teachers feel free to print and use in your classroom.