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Believing in God: Religious Upbringing

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Mez Munshi

on 23 August 2016

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Transcript of Believing in God: Religious Upbringing

There are many reasons why people believe in God. Some people believe in God for one reason only, whilst others find many proofs which lead them to believe in God.
The main features of a Catholic upbringing:
Explain how a religious upbringing leads to, or supports a Christian into believing in God? (8 MARKS)
Lesson 2: Religious Experience
Next lesson we will be looking at scenarios where people believe they have had direct contact or experience with religion and God.
A religious upbringing can include...
Make notes of the different aspects of religious upbringing that you can see in this video - make sure they are
notes for the exam question.
A Catholic upbringing means...
Baptism: What is it?

Christians will teach their children to pray
Christians will take their children to Church
Christian parents may send their children to church schools where they will be taught the National Curriculum in a Christian environment
: After promising good Christian values in their baptism, the parents will encourage their children to
their faith. The
of confirmation involves lessons about Christianity and the nature of God and Jesus
Explain means 'give reasons'. To answer this, name 4 features from your mind-map, and explain, in two sentences each, how they might lead to belief in God.
When are we old enough to choose our religion? Why?

Do we really have a choice?
Learning Objective:

To explore religious upbringing and its effect on children.
Learning Outcomes:

To be able to evaluate why
a religious upbringing may lead to a belief in God.

To be able to describe examples of a religious upbringing.

To be able to state your opinion about religious upbringing.
Personal, Learning & Thinking skills:

Reflective Learner

Indepedent Enquirer
Literacy Focus:

To write in continuous prose
Religious Upbringing
Religious Upbringing
As part of this sacrament, the parents will promise to bring up their children as good Christians and encourage them to believe in God
Congratulations, you just had a baby!
Now it's time to take some responsibility - it is YOUR job to take this little baby through the journey of religion... in particular, the Christian faith.

Your baby will only become a Christian if you introduce it to 4 different religious things - can you think of which ones?
Riddle me this...riddle me that...

I run over fields and woods all day. Under the bed at night I sit not alone. My tongue hangs out, up and to the rear, awaiting to be filled in the morning. What am I?

Throw it off the highest building, and I'll not break. But put me in the ocean, and I will. What am I?

What can run but never walks, has a mouth but never talks, has a head but never weeps, has a bed but never sleeps?

A river
A tissue or a wave
A shoe
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