Religious Experience: God and the World

Preview of Lesson Plans:

Read Einstein’s Quote: what does it mean? – Share

Look at Peterson quote – discuss. RE.PNG

Beat the teacher: How many religious experiences can you think of? Go round room

What are the strengths and weaknesses of religious experience?

Hand out A3 tables for on-going completion.

Watch Toronto Blessing clip on YouTube – discuss thoughts. What questions might this raise about God? Read Biblical passage about speaking in tongues – link to TB as part of evaluation. Read extract in booklet and complete first part of table.

HW: Answer: “Religious Experiences are an illusion of the mind“. To see examples of student’s work follow the link.

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Go to guide:

Going for top grades?

Recommended extended reading/ quote source:

 

Recommended viewing (links to Amazon below):
Machine Gun Preacher [DVD]

This film links to the ideas of conversion and also raises some nice ethical issues/ discussion point.

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