FREE notes for A-level students! Recent additions to this site are found below. If you are interested in a particular subject, try the links on the left, or select 'Books' above and go from there. Just come and look around!
A new edition of Religion and Science, which was originally published by Hodder Education in their Access series for A-Level, is now available as a Kindle ebook, but its text is still FREE on this website.
The price has also crashed... The book used to be £12.99; the ebook is £1.85! And you can take a look, as well as 'cut and paste' for teaching and study purposes for free. Can't be fairer than that!
Click on the cover for more information.
Unphotoshopped 'RE' appears on a railway line in Friesland. Like Nietzsche, we all need a straight line, a direction, a goal. Should RE help to cultivate this?
I've added the March photo to my 'Visual Philosophy' page, click the image to go there.
Faith seeking understanding?
For A-level students taking papers in the Philosophy of Religion, I've added brief notes on Faith and Reason to the 'Notes for Students' page. These may be useful as background to the study of Anselm's Ontological Argument.
Fed up with pushing overweight men off bridges?
For a few sceptical comments, click on the image...
To see my range of books on Philosophy, Ethics and Religion...