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For a few weeks my teacher as been teaching us Scripture as a topic all on its own but I can't find it mentioned on the syllabus. He has a habit of ignoring the syllabus and his students still get really good grades but I don't want to learn a topic when I don't need to.
The syllabus is Philosophy of Religion G581 and it's OCR.
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It was in the syllabus last year, but I didn't do that question. It forms part of another topic if I remember rightly, so it's wise to try to learn something. (I would be more specific but I have lost all of my A2 stuff sadly )
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There's a brief mention of it under Religious Experience but we have been taught masses of it. It's hard to know what we need.
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I think its related to revelation in terms of religious experience yes; could come up as a question, but in all honesty our teacher hasn't taught us much on it... I guess it depends. There was a whole question on Boethius in a past paper and in all fairness there isn't really (or at least we've not been taught much about him) to talk about.

How do you feel about the exam tomorrow?
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Haha this was 2 years ago! The teaching at my school for this subject was horrendous, I came out with a B overall though.
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