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How could they? What do the religious and the non-religious have in common? What do humanists think about the role of religion in politics, society and the world? What issues do humanists differ on and why? Further suggestions and resources for KS3 teachers www. What is Humanism? BHA [link?
They investigate issues of diversity within and between religions, and the ways in which religion and spirituality are expressed in philosophy, ethics, science and the arts… They understand the importance of dialogue between and among different religions and beliefs. They gain a greater understanding of how religion and belief contribute to community cohesion, recognising the various perceptions people have regarding the roles of religion in the world.
The roles of science, nature and art in humanist thinking and feeling. Is Humanism just another word for philosophy?
Why should it? How can it? Where do moral values come from? Ethical questions where humanists and religious people will often have very different views: sex and relationships; life and death issues — sanctity of life or quality of life? Ethical questions where humanists and religious people will often have similar views but possibly for different reasons: Should we care about the environment and future generations? Should we care about world poverty? What should be done about violence and conflict?
How much is religious language metaphorical and how much is it intended to be taken literally? Can humanists value religious metaphors?
Are they universal? What about when the clash with religious and cultural traditions? What are our responsibilities for each other? How far do they extend? Should they include responsibility and care for other animals? How does what they think and believe relate to their lives: choice of career, what they do with their earnings; their hopes for the future? Students should have the opportunity to participate in solving school and local problems, through school councils, volunteering, letter writing, petitions… The humanist perspective would arise in the reasoning behind such activities.
Remember me. Sign up to email updates. What are humanists committed to? More in this section. Faith schools. We want pupils from all different backgrounds educated together in a shared environment, rather than separated according to the religious beliefs of their parents. Find out more.
We want a country where institutions such as Parliament are separate from religious organisations, and everyone is treated equally, regardless of their beliefs. Human rights and equality. As humanists, we support the right of every person to be treated with dignity and respect, and to be allowed to speak, and believe, as they wish. Humanist marriages. Humanist marriages are currently legally recognised in Scotland and Northern Ireland, but not England and Wales. Return to Book Page. Stock photo. Search Results Results 1 -9 of 9.
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