R.E. Believing in God.

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  • Believing in God (yr 10 Spec)
    • the main features of a Christian upbringing and how it may lead to belief in God.
    • how religious experiances, as seen in the numinous, conversion, miracles and prayer, may lead to a belief in God.
    • the arguement from causation and how it may, or may not lead to a belief in God.
    • the arguement from design and how it may or may not, lead to a belief in God.
    • why scientific explanations of the origins of the world may lead to some people not to believe in God.
    • how Christians respond to scientific explanations of the origins of the world
    • Why unanswered prayers may lead to some people not to believe in God.
    • how Christians respond to the problem of unanswered prayers.
    • why evil and suffering may lead some people not to believe in God.
    • how Christians respind to the problem of evil and suffering.
    • how forms of media can change a persons belief in God.
  • how religious experiances, as seen in the numinous, conversion, miracles and prayer, may lead to a belief in God.
  • the arguement from design and how it may or may not, lead to a belief in God.

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