Drawing from the best in both classical and contemporary discussions, this subject explores perennial issues in the philosophy of religion, including the nature and existence of God, the problem of evil, miracles, religious experience, life after death, religious diversity, the relationship between science and religion, religious language, religious ethics, and philosophical approaches to theological doctrine.
School of Humanities and Social Sciences
Not for students who have completed REL301 Faith and Reason
Philosophy of Religion: History and Methodology Religious Experience The Relation between Faith and Reason The Divine Attributes The Case for God's Existence The Case against God's Existence (The Problem of Evil) Knowing God without Arguments (Reformed Epistemology) Religious Language Miracles Life after Death Religion and Science Religious Diversity Religious Ethics Philosophy and Theological Doctrine
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