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Unit 3

In this area of study students focus on the interplay between religion and significant life experiences of members of religious traditions and religious denominations. Students consider the relationship between different types of significant life experiences and religious beliefs generally. They then undertake a detailed study of one particular significant life experience of a member of one selected religious tradition or religious denomination. The significant life experience may be a single event at a particular time or occur over an extended period. It has to be an experience that informed, reinforced or changed the person’s faith in and understanding of beliefs and their engagement with the expression of those beliefs. Students investigate what happens to an individual’s adherence to and understanding of the relevant religious beliefs and related expressions in the other aspects as a result of a significant life experience.

Beliefs

 

Religious Beliefs of Catholic Christianity

Religious Beliefs of Judaism

Religious Beliefs of Islam

Religious Beliefs of Protestant Christianity

Ultimate Reality

Ultimate Reality in Judaism

Ultimate Reality in Protestant Christianity

Pilgrimage

Pilgrimage in Christianity

Pilgrimage Pilgrimage Islam

Social Structure

Exploring Social Structure

Social Structure of Judaism

Social Structure of Protestant Christianity

Units 3.1 & 3.2

 3.1 & 3.2

Applying 3.1 to 3.2

Unit 3.3

3.3 Terms

Significant Life Experiences - RASNET 2017 Conference

3.3 - RASNET 2022 Conference

Significant Experience - Elie Wiesel

Significant Life Experience - St Francis of Assisi

Significant Life Experience - Muhammad Ali

Significant Life Experience - Oscar Romero

Significant Life Experience - Jan Ruff O'Hern

 3.1 & 3.2

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