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1 Robert Barron’s commentary on hell All must: Watch Robert Barron’s commentary. Listen to what he says about hell. Most should: Answer the questions on the video. Some could: Defend/challenge Fr Robert Barron’s explanation with scripture and scholarship. http Watch the recording! 

2 Life after death in Christianity How does Christianity portray life after death? Learning Objectives – write ONE (Padawans – aiming for AO1 band 3) AO1 K: Explain the Christian beliefs about life after death. (Knights – aiming for AO1 band 4) AO1 U: Justify Christian arguments for heaven and hell. (Masters – aiming for AO2 band 4) AO2 E: Evaluate the likelihood of Christian compared to other forms of Life after Death.

3 Starter: Opinions about hell. All must: Move around the class reading the different opinions. Most should: Stand next to the opinion you agree with most and think of a reason why. Some could: Justify/challenge the attitude with alternative scholarship. Extension Few might: Add possible scholarship to an essay plan on Life after Death. You only have 5 minutes

4 Life after death in the New Testament. All must: Search for the references of life after death in the New Testament passages recorded below. Most should: Summarise what is said about life after death in the associated grid cell. Some could: Compare how life after death is discussed in each of the areas of the New Testament. Extension Few might: Record in an essay plan how you might use this scripture. This work is as “A Team”  You only have 15 minutes

5 Judgement and hell. Read the sections on Judgement and Hell and complete the tasks appropriate to your objective. Based on your OBJECIVE, work through the tasks. You are working “Solo”

6 Mini Plenary: Triangulation on Life after Death All must: briefly summarise what topic areas you have covered on this topic. Most should: briefly summarise what homework assignments you have completed on this topic. Some could: identify areas where you need to do your own research to support your learning. Extension Few might: add to your essay plan. What unique learning can you add. You are working “Solo”

7 Homework assignment: Don’t forget to SQuIRT! ScholarsWho said it? QuotesWhat did they say? InformationWhat is it all about? ReadingsWhere is it all written? TermsWhat words matter?

8 Does heaven exist? All must: Identify an argument for/against heaven. Most should: Construct your own response. Some could: Challenge one of the arguments being made. Extension: Few might: Identify how you could use this to support your essay. Watch the recording! 

9 Does hell exist? All must: Identify an argument for/against hell. Most should: Construct your own response. Some could: Challenge one of the arguments being made. Extension: Few might: Identify how you could use this to support your essay. Watch the recording! 

10 Comparison with other scholars. All must: Identify ONE similarity and difference for at least TWO scholars. Most should: Identify a similarity and difference for EACH scholar. Some could: Use a quote/source to explain similarities/differences. Extension Few might: Add scholars to Essay Plan to support or challenge. Work in…  You only have 15 minutes

11 The problem of evil Use your FORCE fields to evaluate the need for punishment based on the problem of evil. K: Identify the premises, conclusion and quotes. U: Explain the assumptions made, the agenda of the scholars and the means by which it is convincing. E: Evaluate its success, justify it and compare it with other scholars. Extension Start building on your essay plan. You’re hunting for facts! 

12 Mini-Plenary: Essay Planning All must: Identify fields of knowledge you will include in your essay. Most should: Identify sources and quotes you will use in your essay. Some could: Begin forming an introduction/conclusion. Extension Few might: Begin writing an essay. On back page  Use the Lord Of the Ringbinder to help you. You are working “Solo”

13 3 Questions K: What have I learned? U: What more do I need to know to answer a question on Problem of Evil? E: Evaluate how this lesson has helped me in my life.


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