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Thor’s realisation that Asgard is a people, not a place, provides students with the opportunity to grasp a similar understanding about the Christian church.
The apparent presence of the Doctor’s deceased companion Bill, really a replica with Bill’s memories downloaded into advanced computer hardware, prompts consideration of the nature of human consciousness.
The villain in Spider-Man Homecoming is forced into desperate measures by financial necessity. This lesson considers who (besides himself) should take responsibility for his situation.
Students consider the impact that a suffering world has on some people’s reaction to God.
The principled stand of a conscientious objector who became an army medic helps students to consider different Christian perspectives on fighting in war.
One character’s absolute confidence in the Force prompts students to compare Jedi faith with Christian prayer.
This lesson thinks about the different values that shape the way different people make moral decisions, either accepting or rejecting established rules.
Sherlock’s deductions prompt students to consider what evidence might lead someone to believe in God.
This lesson encourages students to consider the part played by prejudice in undermining such respect, and to understand the Christian basis for showing respect to others.
Contrasting approaches to revenge and forgiveness lead students into considering a biblical perspective on forgiveness.
The case of what legal privileges and protections should be extended to a foreign spy in America during the Cold War prompts students to consider the question of how widely human rights should be applied.
A creative method for identifying under-cover zombies prompts students to evaluate the usefulness of different arguments for believing in the existence of God.
Debates about the morality of wartime actions that affect civilians prompt a lesson on Christian belief surrounding violence and war.
Different attitudes towards the myths and legends of the Star Wars universe help students to analyse Bible passages to determine the importance of Old Testament prophecy in understanding Jesus’ identity and nature.
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