Here are links to brief outlines for each theme in the Christianity section of the Eduqas A level Religious Studies course. All RS A levels now include a study of religion, and most schools in the UK choose Christianity for this unit. This is in part because Christianity is the largest religion in the UK and across the world. It is also because many of the key figures in religious philosophy and ethics we study are Christian. As such, this site only provides information on the Christianity option. If there are any teachers out there who deliver other options and would like to see them covered here, please let me know.
A. Jesus – his birth
B. Jesus – his resurrection
C. The Bible as a source of wisdom and authority in daily life
A. The nature of God: Is God male? Can God suffer?
B. The Trinity
C. The Atonement
D. The Bible as a source of wisdom and authority
E. The early church (in Acts of the Apostles)
F. Two views of Jesus - Crossan and Wright
A. Attitudes towards wealth
B. Migration and Christianity in the UK
C. Feminist theology and the changing role of men and women
D. Challenges from secularisation
E. Challenges from science
F. Challenges from pluralism and diversity within a tradition