Christianity: Geography and Citizenship
These links have been carefully selected and were considered relevant and suitable for school use at the time of checking. Clicking on them will take you to other web sites over which we have no control. If you have any doubts or concerns please check what is at the other end before using them in lessons. If you find any broken, re-directed or dead links please let us know.
The Church of England
A good source of factual information about the Church of England. Teachers will find 'The Church of England's view onů" particularly useful. Includes views on subjects such as animal welfare, hunting, factory farming, abortion, alcohol, drugs, genetically modified organisms, contraception, homosexuality, capital punishment, divorce, etc.
The Vatican's Official Website
Contains information on the Pope, the vatican archives, museum and library.
BBC - Religion and Ethics
Interactive online lessons aimed at ages 11-14 and 14-16 looking at themes of Christianity.
This is Canterbury Cathedral online which covers the history of the cathedral and has plenty of pictures of the building inside and out. The stained glass pictures are worth a look.
An online searchable Bible available in over 35 languages.
What does the Bible say about Christian values and Christian living?
Here is a list of ten values or principles for living that are emphasized most strongly in the Bible.
Wikipedia List of Saints
A small selection of Christian saints in alphabetical order by Christian name, but if necessary by surname, the place or attribute part of name as well.
Christian apology for the Crusades
A site reflecting on the history and motivation of the crusades as well as how Christians, Muslims and Jews now feel about it.
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