This series explores key beliefs, values and practices of world religions. We pose big philosophical questions to religious leaders and believers to better understand how religion guides their understandings and actions.
- Library: Secondary
- Audience: Middle - Senior Secondary (Year 9-12)
- Rating: PG
- Subject: Religion
- Release Date: July 2016
- Produced: Australia
Ever wondered what happens to you after you die? Do our actions affect what happens to us in the afterlife? This programme presents comprehensive overviews of life after death from Buddhist, Muslim and Christian perspectives. Topics include teachings about following the path to nirvana, paradise and heaven, and the concepts of final judgement and hell.
The Nature of God
What kind of god do you believe in? Can human beings get in touch with a higher power? In this programme we look at some core beliefs across the three religions of Buddhism, Islam and Christianity. Viewers are introduced to the Buddhist, Islamic and Christian conceptions of a supreme being in this thought-provoking programme.
Perspectives on bioethics are morally and ethically complex. Even greater complexity comes into the question when the views of individuals and institutions are based on religious beliefs. With contributions from a number of religious leaders, this video examines various perspectives on contraception, IVF, abortion, euthanasia, stem cell research and animal testing through the eyes of the Islamic, Christian and Buddhist faiths.
Most religions have teachings, beliefs and principles relating to the Earth and its natural environment. This programme explores various aspects of those beliefs through the eyes of followers of Buddhism, Christianity and Islam. Areas examined include caring for the natural environment and human relationships with nature, climate change and animal rights.
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