Four topics covered in greater depth/accuracy: teleological and ontological arguments for God's existence, the problem of evil and the paradox of omniscience/free action. Between 1500 and 3500 words per topic.
Four tutorial essays (around 2500 words each) on the topics above, plus essay and accompanying notes (4000 words) on the paradox of omnipotence.
two essay plans, on the problem of evil and omniscience/free action.
All notes are written in full and clear sentences, with relevant important sections and comments highlighted. I tried to write my notes as if they were to explain the topics back to myself, requiring minimal assumed background knowledge.
My tutorial essays were all marked as at least high 2.1s, with two or three reaching low firsts, and I received a first in my final exam on the strength of these notes.
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