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Welcome to the REP wiki!

 

R.E.P is in fact the best subject ever, fact. On this site you will be able to find information and add information and even your own opinions about a range of topics within the study of religion, ethics and philosophy. There is also a HELP-ME! Question Box, where you can ask a question on anything you like - (e.g. tips for answering AO2 questions, or 'who said God is 'literally omnipresent'?' )

 

To make it work, the aim is to create a network of linked pages, so that it is easy to surf to find out things such as words you don't know or more about a thinker that is mentioned. So, you should try to increase the 'linkability' of the site as much as possible.

 

You may also find it useful to use my 'delicious' site to explore websites of interest, or read my blog and decide whether you agree or disagree with my little essays.

 

There is also a Glossary and a new list of '-isms' that is gradually growing...

Following feedback, I have decided to start an alphabetic list of all thinkers, organised by surname (to avoid Aquinas ending up under S for saint!)

 

Here's a link to the AS REP Course Handbook

 

Here's a link to the AQA Religious Studies website, which is the exam board that deals with the REP modules you study.

 

Ideally, all pages will be inter-linked as sub-networks for the following areas of study (more may be added), so that you can easily find the pages you are looking for.

 

AS Level - New Specification 

Unit 1D: Religion, Philosophy and Science

(CreationMiraclesDesign Arguments)

 

Unit 1A: Ethics 1  (Summer Module for 2010-11 and 2011-12):

(Utilitarianism; Situation Ethics; AbortionEuthanasia)

 

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Unit 1C: Philosophy of Religion (Previous Summer Module chosen for 2009-2010) 

(Cosmological Argument; Religious Experience; Psychology and Religion

 

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A2 Level - New Specification

Unit 3B

(Ontological Arguments; Body, Soul and Personal Identity; The Problem of Evil

Unit 4A

(The nature and value of human life; eschatology & the end-of-the-world; the afterlife.)

 

A2 Level - 'Old' Specification

 

Unit 11:

(The Problem of Evil Cosmological Arguments; Ontological Arguments; Mysticism; Near-Death Experiences)

 

 

Unit 9:

(Genetic Engineering; Cloning; Animal Experimentation; Virtue Ethics; Religious Ethics

Free Will and Determinism)

 

Unit 12: 'synoptic paper' 

(Religious Experiences)

Kirsty's Presentation

Comments (3)

Charlie Barton said

at 5:39 pm on Mar 20, 2009

Thanks for uploading your work, Kirsty. It's very generous of you to share your hard graft with everyone. I'm sure it will be much appreciated by all :)

Kirsty McIndoe said

at 8:13 pm on Mar 20, 2009

Haha no problem, was just having a play around like you said.

Kirsty McIndoe said

at 11:30 pm on May 13, 2009

Haha as if you're still up at half twelve doing r.e. Mind you i am also up at half twelve revising r.e so i'm just as bad lol

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