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CLIP 2856

What would Jesus do - about anger? (pt 2/3)

What would Jesus do - about anger? (pt 2/3)
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Key Info
  • What would Jesus do - about anger? (pt 2/3)
  • Duration: 02:39
  • A drama based on two boys playing a computerised 'What Would Jesus Do' game to relate the teaching and example of Jesus to their own moral attitudes and circumstances. It intends to illustrate the surprising and paradoxical nature of several examples of Jesus' teaching. Daryl and Steve find some connections with their own lives and some challenges to their own behaviour in the drama.
  • Subject:

    Religious Education

       Topic:

    Ethics and Relationships

  • Keywords: Jesus, WWJD, Christian, Christianity, Gospel, Authority, Non-violence, anger, What Would Jesus Do
Ideas for use in class
  • Ask students to contribute to a list of words that people might use to describe Jesus e.g. unselfish, popular, wise, religious, successful, powerful, charismatic. Aim for 20-30 words. Show students the clip and ask them to choose the words which best describe Jesus as shown in his response to the money changers in the temple. Students could compare their list with others in the class, justifying their choices.
Background details
  • Clip language : English
  • Aspect ratio : 16x9

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