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Miss Maile Apr 2
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Yentl Schattevoet 20h
The Prophecy, the last part of 'Religion in Times of the Coronavirus Pandemic', has been revealed for all to read!
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Eduqas Resources Apr 2
Religious studies resource- This useful revision checklist divides up the Route A Component 1 content (from a Christian perspective) so that pupils can check their understanding of each section.
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I Think Therefore I Teach Mar 30
This links in with what we were discussing earlier for Business Ethics. Check out these examples of how businesses have responded during the Corona virus.
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acmcu Apr 2
What early Christian communities tell us about giving financial aid at a time of crises | HeritageDaily
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JE Sumerau Mar 31
Latest review of one of my books out now in ! Thank you to Melanie Heath for the review. . . . .
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Duke of Kent School Mar 31
Well done Chester S for making a creative and informative Easter wreath for RS 🐣 🐰 🙏🏻
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Duke University Press Apr 1
Read the intro to Mayfair Yang's new book, Re-attachment Theory, free online.
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I Think Therefore I Teach Apr 3
Thanks for tuning in this morning everyone. If you missed it, catch up here:
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Cat Garnett Mar 30
Shared lesson: Christian & humanist attitudes to same-sex (LGBT+🏳️‍🌈) relationships - Includes: prerecorded lesson, Google Classroom instructions, videos, research and discussion activities. Dm for more details.
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Lieke Wijnia Apr 2
to be expected, yet still very sad. the once every five years conference of the International Association for the History of Religions is cancelled. I remember the previous one in Erfurt fondly.
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I Think Therefore I Teach Apr 2
Tune in tomorrow morning at 10.00 for a live stream on 'How to Write an Application Essay', plus support with your ethics mock questions and how to interpret the mark scheme. Follow this link:
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acmcu Apr 1
“In the new book, "Heaven And Hell: A History Of The Afterlife," NPR guest Bart Ehrman writes about where the ideas of heaven and hell came from” | NPR
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geoffcain Mar 30
This rocks. I found a translation of the "Eight Verses for Training the Mind" licensed with a Creative Commons license! There is something dharmically ironic about this.
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Brooke Kathleen Brassard Apr 1
Anyone else teaching overly ironic courses this spring/summer? I'm teaching "Death & Dying" and "Religion in the News." No joke.
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Katrina Daly Thompson 🏳️‍🌈 ☪️ ✍️📚 Apr 2
Does anyone know of scholarship on individuals who identify as both *and* ? Or on Jews or Muslims who take part in the other's religious practices in some way?
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Cat Garnett Mar 29
Build a Mosque challenge! 🕌 How to build a mosque at home: Video clips, lesson instructions, a guide to the mosque and enquiry questions to follow.
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David McConeghy, PhD Mar 29
Yes! and ! We can’t wait for this amazing group of podcasting goodness.
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💧Universe#42⚛ Apr 3
Are you talking about Proving there's only one God & that would be a Christian God opposed to all the other Gods? Perhaps its some other or some other Truth or gossip that you're referring to?
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ЕДИНАЯ РЕЛИГИЯ Apr 3
"Наука о религии является новой дисциплиной, которая только в последнем десятилетии стала самостоятельно…
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