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HSC In-Depth Webinar: Principle Beliefs in Judaism

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HSC In-Depth Webinar: Principle Beliefs in Judaism

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$8.00

HSC In-Depth Webinar: Principle Beliefs in Judaism

$8.00

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Thursday 18 June

4 – 5.30pm

The Principle Beliefs of Judaism form the basis for ethical decision making and are reflected in daily life and ritual.

These beliefs provide an understanding of the nature of Judaism and the expression of its religious thought and practice.

This seminar will focus on the ways in which Judaism, as an integrated belief system, provides distinctive answer to the enduring questions of human existence.

This 90 minute interactive webinar is limited in bookings and goes in depth to consider one aspect of the HSC curriculum.

Curriculum links

  • Stage 6: Studies of Religion
    • P3: Investigates religious traditions and belief systems
    • P4: Examines significant aspects of religious tradition
    • P5: Described the influence of religious traditions in the life of adherents

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Thursday 18 June

4 – 5.30pm

The Principle Beliefs of Judaism form the basis for ethical decision making and are reflected in daily life and ritual.

These beliefs provide an understanding of the nature of Judaism and the expression of its religious thought and practice.

This seminar will focus on the ways in which Judaism, as an integrated belief system, provides distinctive answer to the enduring questions of human existence.

This 90 minute interactive webinar is limited in bookings and goes in depth to consider one aspect of the HSC curriculum.

Curriculum links

  • Stage 6: Studies of Religion
    • P3: Investigates religious traditions and belief systems
    • P4: Examines significant aspects of religious tradition
    • P5: Described the influence of religious traditions in the life of adherents
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