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A JOURNAL OF RELIGION AND PHILOSOPHY

Issue 51: November 2018

Issue 52: April 2019

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A JOURNAL OF RELIGION AND PHILOSOPHY
Issue 49 : November 2017


CONTENTS

Who was Jesus? A look at some recent findings in the quest for the historical Jesus
Dr Mark Vernon, wrier, broadcaster and journalist.

Getting the best A-level grades
Jon Mayled, A-level Principal Examiner.

'Propositional plain reading' or 'spirit led analogous interpretation'? How revisionist interpretations of Acts 10-15 conclude same sex relationships can be holy.
Dr Robert A. Bowie, Faculty Director of National Institute for Christian Education Research, Canterbury Christ Church University.

Afterlife and the soul: are they plausible as well as logically possible?
Megan Watkins, Teacher of Religious Studies, Bradford Grammar School.

How Christ became God in an A level classroom
Nicky Hansell (Ethics Online)

Why students achieve or under-achieve in the Philosophy/Ethics examination process.
John Frye, A-level Principal Examiner.

Liberation Theology
Mark Coffey, Teacher of Religion and Philosophy, The Manchester Grammar School.

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A JOURNAL OF RELIGION AND PHILOSOPHY
Issue 50 : April 2018

CONTENTS

Scepticism and Relativism in a Post-Truth World
Dr Mel Thompson, writer and educationalist

Christian Sources of Moral Authority
Dr Mark Vernon, writer, broadcaster and journalist.

The Problem of Suffering: Head Answers
The Very Reverend Ian Markham, Dean and President of Virginia Theological Seminary.

The Concept of God
Dr Peter Vardy, former Vice-Principal, Heythrop College, University of London.

Abortion: A New Approach
Noel Stewart, Head of Philosophy and Critical Thinking, Wyke Sixth Form College.

Why be Moral?
Dr David Mills Daniel, writer and educationalist.

The Epistemic Significance of Empathy for Ethics
Dr Adam Lerner, Postgraduate Research Associate, Department of Philosophy, Princeton University.

Utilitarianism and Justice
Dr Michael Lacewing, Lecturer in Philosophy, Heythrop College, University of London.

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