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Gordon Reid is a former Head of Religious Studies and well-known author of textbooks for both GCSE and A Level. He regularly speaks at student and teacher conferences. He has been a Principal Examiner of Religious Studies for many years.
Unit 6RSO3 - Philosophy of Religion A study of philosophical arguments about the existence of God 1. The Argument from Religious Experience 2. The Ontological Argument 3. Non-existence of God and critiques of religious belief A study of selected problems within the philosophy of religion 4. Beliefs about life after death 5. Religious Language Unit 6RS03 - Ethics A study of ethical concepts 1. Critiques of the relationship between religion and morality 2. Deontology 3. Natural Moral Law 4. Virtue Ethics A study of selected problems in ethics 5. Meaning and definition of ethical terms 6. Ethical Concepts 7. Justice, law and punishment Unit 6RSO4 - Implications Philosophy of Religion 1. God- talk is evidently nonsense 2. Can we know God by experience? 3. The emergence of modern philosophy of religion Ethics 1. Method and moral theory - D Jamieson 2. Personal relationship - H La Follette 3. Modern moral philosophy - J Schneewind