Religious Studies KS3: N is for Numbers

Is God a DJ? An irreverent, fully animated top ten of the most popular numbers in religion, featuring entries from all over the world.

From Abraham’s ten commandments to the four noble truths of Buddhism, students will be taken on a journey across religions and cultures to learn about the significance of these special digits.

This is from the series: A-Z of Religion and Beliefs

Teacher Notes

You could ask your students to talk about the differences between the holy trinity and the trimurti.

Your students could research in groups the Buddhist way to enlightenment.

Curriculum Notes

This short film will be relevant for teaching KS3 Religious Studies in England, Wales and Northern Ireland and 3rd and 4th Level Religious and Moral Education in Scotland.

M is for Meditation and Prayer
O is for Omnis
P is for Prophets