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The basic working of the website is based on taking various themes and exploring them using Big questions (eg body).  The theme is explored in more detail using the stuff section of the website. Each contributor has written a essay on many of themes on the website have a look here.

The website is setup to be a learning tool in itself. So when ever you access a stuff page you will see a list of tags on the right handside (the size of tag has nothing to do with the 'importance' of the topic. It simply varies according to the amount of information which has been posted on that topic) . This will take you to more information based on that word.

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Church Colleges

Dear Friend

I can send information, or forward your request to the correct person if you wish. Send an email to , and i will reply to you personally.

Best wishes

Alan Murray

colleges/universities church of england

hi, sir or madame Im would like to enquire information on any college or universities that are related to the church of england. I would like to study religious education and english.
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Agnosticism is the view that the truth value of certain claims—especially claims about the existence or non-existence of any deity, but also other religious and metaphysical claims—is unknown or unknowable.[1] Agnosticism can be defined in various ways, and is sometimes used to indicate doubt or a skeptical approach to questions.

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You know I'm not really sure and does it really matter? Do we really need labels? When I go to colleges I meet a lot of young people like this that aren't anything by way of label....


I was enquiring about certain faiths. From what I gather if you don't beleive in a god and you beleive more in the evidence we see then you're a humanist but what are people that choose not to take a 'side' People that don't choose to beleive in a god and don't choose to listen to the evidence, are they labelled? Anonymous

hey !

hey' yesterday i attended your 'BODY' day and would like to thank you for opening up my mind to other religions i had an amazing day and made many new friends. me and my school group would love the chance to attend again. thank you all very much. Aimee Beechwood Secondary School :)

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