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Curriculum Guidelines for Religious Education The American Carpatho-Russian Orthodox Diocese of the U.S.A.
These guidelines advise how to teach about the Orthodox Christian Faith. Emphasis is placed upon demonstrating the connection of this religion to people’s lives and not just teaching the facts and history about the religion.
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National Qualifications Curriculum Support: Religious, Moral, and Philosophical Studies Morality in the Modern World: Buddhism
“This pack provides an introduction to Buddhist moral principles and viewpoints and can be studied as part of the Morality in the Modern World units (Intermediate 2 and Higher). There is a brief overview of ethical principles from Buddhism with … Continue reading
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