Religious Studies - A Level at Lipson Co-operative Academy
Overview of course - what can students expect:
This component offers the choice of the study of one religion from a choice of six.
There will be four themes within this component: cosmological arguments for the existence of God; teleological arguments for the existence of God; the non-existence of God - the problem of evil; and religious experience.
Students are able to focus on the following theories: The extent to which science now replaces the need for a creator God/The extent to which the challenges to religious experience are valid/The extent to which the challenges to religious experience are valid.
There will be four themes within this component (including applied ethics in themes two and four): ethical language and thought; Aquinas' Natural Law; Fletcher's Situation Ethics; and Utilitarianism.
- Grade C or above in English
- Grade C in a Humanities subject is preferred
- 5 GCSE’s at grade A*-C
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Lipson Co-operative Academy directly.