Year 2 begins with challenges to religious belief from Freud, Jung and atheism - common themes in previous specifications across the boards. The religious experience theme focuses on miracles, as well as a tricky section on the influence of religious experience on religious practice and faith. Have a look at the exam board's guidance for A2 Philosophy discussion questions, published 20 April 2018. There is also advice and links for teachers that is new, but it requires patience and is probably only for the desperate!
The course finishes with a complete theme on religious language. This has been taught at A level for many years, across the boards, and should be easy to find resources on.
D. Sigmund Freud
E. Carl Jung
F. Atheism and New Atheism
D. The influence of religious experience on religious practice and faith
E. Miracles - definitions from Aquinas, Hume, Holland and Swinburne
F. Contrasting views on the possibility of miracles - Hume and Swinburne
A. Inherent problems of religious language
B. Religious language as cognitive, but meaningless
C. Religious language as non-cognitive and analogical