Year 2 continues the unit on Jesus and the Bible with a study of Acts and two perspectives on Jesus - Crossan and Wright. There's a whole new theme on social and historical developments in religious thought, covering attitudes to wealth, migration and equality, as well as challenges from secularisation, science and pluaralism and diversity.
The final unit looks at the ecumenical movement, charismatic religious experience (tying in to one of the Year 2 Philosophy units) and a bit of liberation theology.
D. The Bible as a source of wisdom and authority
E. The early church (in Acts of the Apostles)
F. Two views of Jesus - Crossan and Wright
A. Attitudes towards wealth
B. Migration and Christianity in the UK
C. Feminist theology and the changing role of men and women
D. Challenges from secularisation
E. Challenges from science
F. Challenges from pluralism and diversity within a tradition