Religious Traditions, Worldviews and Ethical Method in Pluralist Societies
Part 1 Religious Horizons – Past and Present
1 The how, what and why of ‘religion’
2 What religious traditions have in common
3 Religion – for better or worse?
4 Collective religious identities in Australia
5 Interactions: Religious traditions and society substances
6 My story, your story, our stories
7 Addressing VCE Assessment Tasks: Unit 1
Part 2 Religious and Philosophical Perspectives in Pluralist Society
8 Part A: Examining religious traditions objectively
Part B: Profiles – Religious traditions
Part 3 Expanding Horizons: Ethics and Morality
9 What do you think you’re doing?
10 Applying ethical methods: A case study
11 Ethical perspectives and moral viewpoints
12 Ethical issues, positions and possibilities.
13 Addressing VCE Assessment Tasks
Fully customisable interactive NelsonNetBook friendly to interactive white whiteboards, computers and iPads
Focused profiles from a number of religious traditions – Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism, Confucianism and Aboriginal
Activity boxes that link to the requirements of the VCE Study Design
Worked examples of ethical decision making
A selection of professional codes of ethics, agreed worked codes and organisational codes for various bodies and institutions
A margin glossary to help students to familiarise with and to reinforce important terminology.