Religion, Philosophy and Ethics A Level at Thurston Community College
Philosophy of Religion (H173/01): Ancient philosophical influences; Soul, mind and body; Arguments for and against the existence of God.
Religious Ethics (H173/02): Normative ethical theories, including Natural Law Theory, Fletcher’s Situation Ethics, Kantian Ethics, Utilitarianism; Applied ethics including how theories apply to Business Ethics and Euthasia.
Developments in religious thought (H173/03): Human Nature and the purpose of life; Death and the Afterlife; Christian moral principles; the self and immortality; knowledge and revelation of God; The Person of Jesus Christ.
Philosophy of Religion (H573/01): Religious Experience; the Problem of Evil; Developments in the understanding of God’s nature; Philosophical language including twentieth century perspectives.
Religious Ethics (H573/02): Meta-ethics; Conscience; Developments in ethical thought; Sexual Ethics.
Entry GCSE: B in Philosophy and Ethics or 5 in English Language
External examinations in June Year 2.
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Thurston Community College directly.