These concepts represent one way to make sense of Christian belief and practice.
Kingdom of God This does not mean that no one sins any more! Fall Humans have a tendency to go their own way rather than keep their place in relation to their creator.
This fresh approach to learning from Christianity provides 24 beautiful images and works of art carefully chosen from global Christian sources.
Humans are made in the image of God. Through these concepts, pupils encounter a range of biblical texts, placed within a wider theological context. They consider the present and future aspects of the Kingdom of God.
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You will be led through the teaching and learning approach and have an opportunity to discuss and build your own thinking.
Christians believe that through Jesus, sin is dealt with, forgiveness offered, and the relationship between God and humans is restored. His life, teaching and ministry embody what it is like to be one of the People of God, what it means to live in relationship with God.
Pupils examine the impact of these beliefs and their outworking in the lives of Christians, through for example celebrations, festivals, rituals, creative and spiritual expression, actions and activism, expressions of love and compassion, calls for justice and ethical responses.
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