GCSE Religious Studies

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GCSE Religious Studies by Mind Map: GCSE Religious Studies

1. Religion and Society 24TH MAY 2010

1.1. RELIGION AND THE ENVIRONMENT

1.1.1. Pollution, the environment, global warming and possible solutions

1.1.2. Religious teachings on creation and the environment

1.1.3. Work of the JNF

1.1.4. Animal rights

1.1.5. Religious teachings on animal rights

1.2. RELIGION PEACE AND CONFLICT

1.2.1. Two areas of conflict in the world (Kasmir and Palestine)

1.2.2. Nukes and WMD

1.2.3. Pacifism

1.2.4. Just War

1.2.5. Religious attitudes to war

1.2.6. Work of Pax Christi

1.2.7. Attitudes to bullying

1.2.8. Religious attitudes to bullying

1.2.9. Conflict in families and friends

1.2.10. Religious attitudes to forgiveness and reconciliation

1.3. RELIGION CRIME AND PUNISHMENT

1.3.1. Sins and crimes, the need for laws and justice

1.3.2. Religious attitudes to justice

1.3.3. Theories of punishment

1.3.4. Religious attitudes to punishment

1.3.5. Dietricht Bonhoeffer, prisoner of conscience

1.3.6. Capital punishment (the death penalty)

1.3.7. Religious attitudes to capital punishment

1.4. RELIGION AND SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY

1.4.1. Authority of the bible and church

1.4.2. Conscience

1.4.3. Situation ethics

1.4.4. How Xians make moral decisions

1.4.5. UK electoral system

1.4.6. Local and national government

1.4.7. Xy and politics

1.4.8. Welfare state

1.4.9. Xy and the welfare state

2. Religion and Life 18TH MAY 2010

2.1. MARRIAGE AND THE FAMILY

2.1.1. Changing attitudes to marriage and family life

2.1.2. Attitudes to sex outside of marriage

2.1.3. Puropse of marriage and main features of wedding ceremonies

2.1.4. Family life (different types)

2.1.5. Importance of family

2.1.6. How religion helps with the family

2.2. SOCIAL HARMONY

2.2.1. Roles of men and women

2.2.2. Different attitudes to men and women

2.2.3. UK as a multi-ETHNIC society

2.2.4. UK as a multi-FAITH society

2.2.5. Religious attitudes to other religions

2.3. MATTERS OF LIFE AND DEATH

2.3.1. Religious and non-religious beliefs about life after death

2.3.2. Euthanasia and religious responses

2.3.3. Abortion and religious responses

2.4. BELIEVING IN GOD

2.4.1. Religious upbringing

2.4.2. Religious experiences

2.4.3. Design argument for God

2.4.4. Cause argument for God

2.4.5. Non-religious explanations of the world

2.4.6. Evil and suffering