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THE BIG QUESTIONS OF RELIGION, PHILOSOPHY AND ETHICS: CAMBRIDGE IN YOUR CLASSROOM

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Can philosophy teach us about God? What is the apocalypse? How can we be close to nature? Are all Muslims the same? Does God have a gendered body? Is the story in the Book of Genesis true? Are there really ten commandments? What is the annunciation? Can we prove God's existence? What is a mosque for? What does the parable of the prodigal son mean? What can different religions share? Is God our Intimate Stranger? Who is God?

Experts from the Faculty of Divinity answer some of the big questions of religion, philosophy and ethics in this series of Cambridge in your Classroom. Aimed at students aged 14-18, Cambridge in Your Classroom is a joint project by the Faculty of Divinity and the Faculty of Education Religious Studies PGCE course.

Activities, suggestions for further exploration and teacher resources are available on our website.

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Age: Young Adults 12 – 18, Adults
Format: Film, Talk
Timing: Available on Demand
Cost: Free
Theme: Society, Environment
Accessibility: Transcript, Closed Captions, Full access
Image copyright: Faculty of Divinity

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