Religion and popular culture, gender, and feminist theology in Challenging Religious Issues

Religion and popular culture, gender, and feminist theology are some of the topics discussed in the journal Challenging Religious Issues (Issue 14). The St Giles’ Centre has recently translated and published the Welsh version of this issue (the English version was published in Autumn 2018). A summary of the content of the articles is providedContinue reading “Religion and popular culture, gender, and feminist theology in Challenging Religious Issues”

Aliens, Christian art, the soul, and implicit religion in Challenging Religious Issues

Aliens, Christian art, the soul, and implicit religion are just some of the topics discussed in the journal Challenging Religious Issues (Issue 16). The St Giles’ Centre has recently translated and published the Welsh version of this issue (the English version was published in Spring 2020). A summary of the content of the articles isContinue reading “Aliens, Christian art, the soul, and implicit religion in Challenging Religious Issues”

Welsh version of Challenging Religious Issues 18 now published

Issue 18 (Welsh version) of the journal Challenging Religious Issues (Herio Materion Crefyddol) supporting AS / A-level learners and teachers has recently been published. Welsh articles include: Jesus’ public ministry; Hume’s criticism of the argument from (to) design; the impact of Covid-19 on Christianity in the UK. Visit our 16+ resources page to get freeContinue reading “Welsh version of Challenging Religious Issues 18 now published”

New issue of A-level Religious Studies journal now available: Challenging Religious Issues

Issue 18 of the open access A-level journal, Challenging Religious Issues is now available for download from the St Giles’ Centre website. Articles discuss: Jesus’ public ministry; Hume’s criticism of the argument from (to) design; the impact of Covid-19 on Christianity in the UK. Established in 2013, Challenging Religious Issues is designed to support teachersContinue reading “New issue of A-level Religious Studies journal now available: Challenging Religious Issues”

Welsh Challenging Religious Issues returns

For a few years now, the bilingual journal Challenging Religious Issues has been available in the English language only. The St Giles’ Centre recognises the importance of making available high-quality Welsh-medium resources to support Welsh-speaking learners and teachers in the Wrexham area. To make this possible, the St Giles’ Centre has now taken responsibility forContinue reading “Welsh Challenging Religious Issues returns”

Need help with engaging learners online and with assessments? GCSE and A-level teacher webinar dates are now published

The St Giles’ Centre is offering free webinars for Wrexham teachers led by Dr Greg Barker. After consultation with teachers, both GCSE and A-level webinars will focus on: engaging learners with on-line learning; supporting teachers with non-examination assessment. Visit our Courses page for details about the February GCSE and A-level interactive webinar sessions.

GCSE / A-level webinars for Wrexham learners and teachers

It continues to be a very challenging time for GCSE / A-level teachers and learners in Wrexham, especially with the uncertainties surrounding examination board assessment plans. The St Giles’ Centre hopes that a series of free webinars for teachers and learners will go some way to supporting Wrexham schools and Coleg Cambria in the difficultContinue reading “GCSE / A-level webinars for Wrexham learners and teachers”

Challenging Religious Issues 17 now published

Issue 17 of the journal Challenging Religious Issues supporting AS / A-level learners and teachers has recently been published. The journal is not just for those involved in AS/ A-level Religious Studies – it is for anyone who wants to increase or update their subject knowledge in an interesting and academically critical way. Highlights fromContinue reading “Challenging Religious Issues 17 now published”

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