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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!
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.
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
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
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”
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”
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?
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!
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!
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
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!
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”
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.