Oxford University Press
Oxford A Level Religious Studies for OCR: A Level and AS: Christianity, Philosophy and Ethics Revision Guide
Libby Ahluwalia
Oxford A Level Religious Studies for OCR: A Level and AS: Christianity, Philosophy and Ethics Revision Guide
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Building on the Oxford A Level Religious Studies for OCR Student Books, this Revision Guide offers a structured approach to revising for the new AS and A Level exams.
1. RECAP key content from the Student Book, condensed into concise points.
2. APPLY your knowledge with targeted revision activities that develop the AO1 (knowledge) and AO2 (evaluation) skills that you will need for the exam.
3. REVIEW your progress with exam practice for all topics, complete with mark schemes, annotated sample answers and guidance for improving exam technique.
With all the essential content condensed and made memorable, guided activities to develop your evaluative skills, sample answers annotated with examiner contents and 60 practice questions with mark schemes in a single guide, students can confidently prepare for their new exams.

Front Cover
Title Page
Philosophy of religion
Chapter 1.1: Ancient philosophical influences
Chapter 1.2: Soul, mind and body
Chapter 1.3: Arguments based on observation
Chapter 1.4: Arguments based on reason
Chapter 1.5: Religious experience
Chapter 1.6: The problem of evil
Chapter 1.7: The nature or attributes of God
Chapter 1.8: Religious language: negative, analogical or symbolic
Chapter 1.9: Religious language: twentieth-century perspectives and philosophical comparisons
Sample student answers
Religion and ethics
Chapter 2.1: Natural law
Chapter 2.2: Situation ethics
Chapter 2.3: Kantian ethics
Chapter 2.4: Utilitarianism
Chapter 2.5: Euthanasia
Chapter 2.6: Business ethics
Chapter 2.7: Meta-ethical theories
Chapter 2.8: Conscience
Chapter 2.9: Sexual ethics
Sample student answers
Developments in Christian thought
Chapter 3.1: Augustine's teaching on human nature
Chapter 3.2: Death and the afterlife
Chapter 3.3: Knowledge of God's existence
Chapter 3.4: The person of Jesus Christ
Chapter 3.5: Christian moral principles
Chapter 3.6: Christian moral action
Chapter 3.7: Religious pluralism and theology
Chapter 3.8: Religious pluralism and society
Chapter 3.9: Gender and society
Chapter 3.10: Gender and theology
Chapter 3.11: The challenge of secularism
Chapter 3.12: Liberation theology and Marx
Sample student answers
Answers and mark schemes
Back Cover
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