Not many people choose Religion as a subject so in that way it is easier to get a high mark because of the bell curve as opposed to something like Biology. But I would reccommed having an interest in the subject and going in with an open mind, its not purely focused on Religions (christianity) but it is a big part of it so If you are very opinionated it might not be the best subject for you, politics might suit you better. Its only essays on the exam so it's quite a stress on the day and it means... (More)
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LC Religious Education
I wouldn't go into LC religion thinking it's going to be easy. I loved the subject and the course but there's a lot expected off the student. There's the coursework which is worth 20% and the actual exams, which comprises of essays where the student is expected to write at least 7 essays on various topics in 2.5 hours (HL). However, there is choice in the paper. The coursework needs a lot of research, dedication and time too. If you're willing to put in the effort and have an interest in it, then go for it :) It's a very... (More)
Kinetic type animation that briefly explores the nagging question, “If God is all-good and all-powerful, why is there evil in the world?”
The presence of evil, pain and suffering in our world is the most persistent argument raised against the belief in God. Usually it goes something like this…
An all-knowing God would know evil exists. An all-loving God would want to prevent evil from existing. An all-powerful God could prevent evil from existing. But evil does exist.
Now given that the fourth proposition would appear to be undeniable, it can be inferred that one of the other three must... (More)