Religious Studies KS3: U is for Uncertainty

Does belief always require a leap of faith? This animated exploration of the concept of uncertainty shows that when it comes to religious beliefs, there is always room for a little bit of doubt.

By examining the differences between science and religion, this irreverent summary introduces Agnosticism, and shows that uncertainty is nothing to be scared of.

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

Teacher Notes

You could use this short film to start a classroom discussion about the differences between science and religion.

You could also ask your students to discuss the idea found across faiths that the true nature of God cannot be understood by the human mind.

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.

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