12 Marker theme f: religion-human rights aqa religious studies

welcome to this video so today we’re going to be looking at religious believers should fight gender prejudice more than other forms of prejudice this is one of our 12 markers it’s something that you guys are getting the exam all the time and it’s really important for you to understand a technique of doing this so if we can have a look at what the examiners one well they want you to evaluate this statement so you really sort of interact with the statement see both sides you’ve got to give reasoned arguments to support you’ve got to give reasons arguments to support different point of view and I’d suggest free on both sides and there’s a reason I suggest three on both sides because then you’ve shown that you’ve entered into a depth of thinking about it which will probably meet the high levels of the argument so so you really want to try to do that in order to push for those nines so here we go arguments in and you may refer to non-religious argument so if you ever get stuck you’ve got to try and use some general knowledge use some general knowledge in it and reach just find conclusion right guys then then let’s begin so how do we start this well I think it’s important first of all to in an introduction to know you know the key words so what do you think of the key words we just look at this here religious believe we should fight well obviously gender prejudice is really important more than other forms of prejudice so you might as well just start by saying gender prejudice is when you prejudiced against someone because of their gender and you might have honor then say an example an example of this would be a woman turned down for a job because she is a woman you could even then put something like people who are discriminated against because of their gender have being victims of sexism and then you want to then look at one side of the argument so you might want to say some people believe that gender prejudice is worse than other forms of prejudice because women have been prejudiced against for thousands of years an example of this would be that women traditionally were not allowed to vote in many countries about men were religious people believed like Jews and Christians that all people are made in the image of God so we’re losing that passage from Genesis there and therefore should fight against this prejudice I said we got like like you know like two different arguments here I think we need another one really so we could also say women have faced gender prejudice in Christianity for many years as it was not until 2015 that a woman could be made a bishop in the Church of England and therefore religious believers should continue to fight gender prejudice because it is recent I think we’ve got two things I mean I want to have a third one you could say some people believe whoops let’s get this right we’re looking at a time also if you noticed we’ve done five minutes you’ve only got 12 minutes for this so you know we’ve gotta think here at the point let’s get another teaching in some people apply Paul’s teaching in the New Testament that there is no difference between Jews and Greeks or male or female for we are all one in Christ Jesus to mean that gender prejudice must be fought against more than any other prejudice right so now let’s carry on on the other hand you must now go to the other side some people thinks that all forms of prejudice are as bad as each other this is not necessary a religious reason but it’s a good way as sort of you know having at least one genuine reason against so racism disability discrimination and Prejudice on the basis of sexuality are all as bad as each other and therefore no one discrimination should be seen as being worse than another others suggest that racism is worse than gender prejudice because there is so much racism in the world today for example fascist groups oops just get that spellcheck down there groups are increasing in numbers who believe in racial superiority and therefore the church and religious people should fight against this prejudice an example of religious teachings to support this would be Jesus associating with all people and races including the parable of the Good Samaritan where the Samaritan was seen as a hero and an example to follow also many people like Martin Luther King challenged racism because of their Christian beliefs everyone is equal well I think in a way you’ve actually done now both sides of the argument you’ve quoted things you could even say another reason is that in Leviticus it says [Music] do not ill treat foreigners who are living in your land well I think we’ve got enough reasons here three sides the arguments I put in conclusion I believe that and then look at the question again actually they’re all forms of prejudice are as bad as each other and that gender prejudice is not more than other forms of prejudice and as a religious person we should seek to challenge all forms of prejudice for God says for the Bible says do not judge others so that God judge yeah there we go guys that’s 12 bucks 12 minutes perfect answer I think definitely if you have a look here it meets a level four words of well-argued response reason consideration of different points of view logical chains of reasoning leading to a judgment my knowledge and understanding read of information and evidence references religion applied throughout definitely speaking true well done guys you joined me here and you follow this example and guarantee to get a nine out of nine signing off it’s the bed’s class here do click on the bottom for any videos that you’d like and do put a comment in the side and let us know exactly what you guys want to do okay thanks a lot and goodbye you

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