GCSE Religious Studies for Edexcel A (9-1): Catholic Christianity with Islam and Judaism Revision Guide
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GCSE Religious Studies for Edexcel A (9-1): Catholic Christianity with Islam and Judaism Revision Guide

By Andy Lewis, Waqar Ahmedi
US$ 12.50
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Book Description

This Edexcel GCSE Catholic Christianity with Islam and Judaism Revision Guide covers exactly what your students require with a structured approach to revising for the new 91 exams. RECAP key content presented in simple visual styles to make content memorable. APPLY knowledge with targeted revision activities to practise evaluative skills needed for the exams. REVIEW through practising exam questions and reviewing answers to pinpoint any areas of weakness in
knowledge or exam skills. Clearly identify areas to target next. Perfect for use alongside the Student Book or as a stand-alone resource for independent revision. This Revision Guide covers the whole course for students of Catholic Christianity (Paper 1), including a choice of either Islam or Judaism
as a second religion (Paper 2), and a choice of either Philosophy and Ethics or St Mark's Gospel (Paper 3/4). With all the essential content condensed and made memorable, and plenty of exam practice, tips and annotated sample answers, stude

Table of Contents
  • Front Cover
  • Title Page
  • Imprint
  • Contents
  • Introduction
  • Area of Study 1: Catholic Christianity
    • Chapter 1: Beliefs and Teachings
      • 1.1 The Trinity
      • 1.2 The Trinity in the Bible
      • 1.3 Creation
      • 1.4 Creation and the nature of humanity
      • 1.5 The Incarnation
      • 1.6 The Paschal Mystery
      • 1.7 The significance of the Paschal Mystery
      • 1.8 Eschatology
      • Compare and Contrast: 1.8 Eschatology
      • Exam Practice
    • Chapter 2: Practices
      • 2.1 The sacramental nature of reality
      • 2.2 Liturgical worship
      • Compare and Contrast: 2.2 Liturgical worship
      • 2.3 The funeral rite
      • 2.4 Prayer
      • 2.5 Forms of popular piety
      • 2.6 Pilgrimage
      • 2.7 Catholic Social Teaching
      • 2.8 Catholic mission and evangelism
      • Exam Practice
    • Chapter 3: Sources of Wisdom and Authority
      • 3.1 The Bible
      • 3.2 Interpretation of the Bible
      • 3.3 The magisterium
      • 3.4 The Second Vatican Council
      • 3.5 The Church as the Body of Christ
      • 3.6 The four marks of the Church
      • 3.7 Mary as a model of the Church
      • 3.8 Personal and ethical decision-making
      • Exam Practice
    • Chapter 4: Forms of Expression and Ways of Life
      • 4.1 Catholic church architecture
      • 4.2 Catholic church features
      • 4.3 Sacred objects
      • 4.4 Artwork in Catholicism
      • 4.5 Sculpture and statues
      • 4.6 Symbolism and imagery in religious art
      • 4.7 Drama
      • 4.8 Music in worship
      • Exam Practice
  • Area of Study 2: Study of Religion – Islam
    • Chapter 5: Beliefs and Teachings
      • 5.1 The six Beliefs of Islam
      • 5.2 The five roots of ’Usul ad-Din
      • 5.2 The five roots of ’Usul ad-Din
      • 5.4 RiSalah
      • 5.5 Muslim holy books
      • 5.6 Malaikah
      • 5.7 Al-Qadr
      • 5.8 Akhirah
      • Compare and Contrast: 5.8 Akhirah
      • Exam Practice
    • Chapter 6: Practices
      • 6.1 The Ten Obligatory Acts
      • 6.2 Shahadah
      • 6.3 Salah
      • Compare and Contrast: 6.3 Salah
      • 6.4 Sawm
      • 6.5 Zakah and khums
      • 6.6 Hajj
      • 6.7 Jihad
      • 6.8 Celebrations and commemorations
      • Exam Practice
      • Area of Study 2: Study of Religion – Judaism*
    • Chapter 7: Beliefs and Teachings
      • 7.1 The Almighty
      • 7.2 The Shekhinah
      • 7.3 The Messiah
      • 7.4 The covenant at Sinai
      • 7.5 The covenant with Abraham
      • 7.6 The sanctity of life
      • 7.7 Moral principles and the Mitzvot
      • 7.8 Life after death
      • Compare and Contrast: 7.8 Life after death
      • Exam Practice
    • Chapter 8: Beliefs and Teachings
      • 8.1 Public acts of worship
      • 8.2 The Tenakh and Talmud
      • 8.3 Private prayer
      • 8.4 The Shema and Amidah
      • Compare and Contrast: 8.4 The Shema and Amidah
      • 8.5 Ritual and ceremony
      • 8.6 Shabbat
      • 8.7 Festivals
      • 8.8 Features of the synagogue
      • Exam Practice
  • Area of Study 3: Philosophy and Ethics
    • Chapter 9: Arguments for the Existence of God
      • 9.1 Revelation
      • 9.2 Visions
      • 9.3 Miracles
      • 9.4 Religious experiences
      • 9.5 The design argument
      • 9.6 The cosmological argument
      • 9.7 The existence of suffering
      • 9.8 Solutions to the problem of suffering
      • Exam Practice
    • Chapter 10: Religious Teachings on Relationships and Families in the 21st Century
      • 10.1 Marriage
      • 10.2 Sexual relationships
      • 10.3 The family
      • 10.4 Support for the family
      • 10.5 Family planning
      • 10.6 Divorce, annulment, and remarriage
      • 10.7 Equality of men and women in the family
      • 10.8 Gender prejudice and discrimination
      • Exam Practice
  • Area of Study 4: Textual Studies St Mark’s Gospel
    • Chapter 11: Who is Jesus?
      • 11.1 The Messiah and the Son of Man
      • 11.2 The baptism of Jesus
      • 11.3 Nature miracles in Mark’s Gospel
      • 11.4 Healing miracles in Mark’s Gospel
      • 11.5 Peter’s confession
      • 11.6 The transfiguration
      • 11.7 The conflicts of Jesus in Mark’s Gospel
      • 11.8 The last days of Jesus’ life
      • Exam Practice
    • Chapter 12: The Nature of Discipleship
      • 12.1 The call of the first disciples
      • 12.2 Parables
      • 12.3 The story of the rich man
      • 12.4 The spirit cast out of the boy
      • 12.5 Jesus’ teachings on service
      • 12.6 Peter’s denial
      • 12.7 Women in the ministry of Jesus
      • 12.8 Discipleship in the 21st century
      • Exam Practice
  • Activity Answers Guidance
  • Glossary
  • Back Cover
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