About

Using this blog to upload various thoughts and correspondences. Most importantly as a way of providing extra support for the subjects I teach.  I am a teacher of Religion, Philosophy and Theory of Knowledge.

13 thoughts on “About

  1. Hi, this is really really useful as I am currently doing A2 religious studies. This provides a comparison of what my essay should include.

    So thank you very much sir, you are a GENIUS 🙂

  2. Thank you soo much! You literally saved my philosophy grade as the questions you predicted came up! (Miracles and Numinious experience) I based my revision around them (silly I know) but you literally saved my life!

    • That’s quite scary for me to read! I wouldn’t want anyone to just base their revision on my fallible predictions! But I’m glad the materials helped!

  3. Am an RS teacher who came across your site via a student’s plagiarised essay – a happy ending! This is a great site. Thank you for making so much of this available. Just wondered if you’d seen any of the CS Lewis Doodle stuff on youtube? Some of my favourites to show in lessons are on the Numinous, ‘ On Sexual Morality’, and today’s lesson (Objective morality): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QmHXYhpEDfM&list=PL9boiLqIabFgjeaTcx_LLsXrguKfeqLmn&index=10

    • Hi Sharon!
      So glad you like the site! I love the C S Lewis Doodle vids – I will write a post on them, thanks for sharing!

  4. Hi there thank you for all of your very useful posts but I was wondering whether you could please post some predictions for the OCR AS Level Philosophy of Religion exam on 19th May this year. Thank you very much.

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