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What is this thing called Philosophy of Religion?

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Couverture de l’ouvrage What is this thing called Philosophy of Religion?

What is this thing called Philosophy of Religion? grapples with the core topics studied on philosophy of religion undergraduate courses including:

  • the meaning of religious language, including 20th century developments
  • the nature of the Divine, including divine power, wisdom and action?
  • arguments for the existence of the Divine
  • challenges to belief in the Divine, including the problems of evil, divine hiddenness and religious diversity
  • believing without arguments
  • arguments for life after death, including reincarnation.

In addition to the in-depth coverage of the key themes within the subject area Elizabeth Burns explores the topics from the perspectives of the five main world religions, introducing students to the work of scholars from a variety of religious traditions and interpretations of belief.

What is this thing called Philosophy of Religion? is the ideal introduction for those approaching the philosophy of religion for the first time, containing many helpful student-friendly features, such as a glossary of important terms, study questions and further reading.

Acknowledgements

Chapter 1 – What is philosophy of religion?

Chapter 2 – Ways with words: The meaning of religious language

Chapter 3 – Religious language: Twentieth-century developments

Chapter 4 – Personal and impersonal interpretations of the Divine

Chapter 5 – Divine Power

Chapter 6 – Divine wisdom

Chapter 7 – Divine action

Chapter 8 – Petitionary prayer

Chapter 9 – Arguments for the existence of the Divine: Cosmological arguments

Chapter 10 – Arguments for the existence of the Divine: Design arguments

Chapter 11 – Arguments for the existence of the Divine: Moral arguments

Chapter 12 – Arguments for the existence of the Divine: Arguments from religious experience

Chapter 13 – Arguments for the existence of the Divine: Ontological arguments

Chapter 14 – Arguments against belief in the Divine: The problem of evil

Chapter 15 – Arguments against belief in the Divine: The problem of divine hiddenness

Chapter 16 – Arguments against belief in the Divine: The problem of religious diversity

Chapter 17 – Voluntarist theories of religious belief

Chapter 18 – Reformed Epistemology

Chapter 19 – Life, death and hope

Appendix 1 – Defining the Divine

Appendix 2 – List of further reading on the varieties of religious belief

Appendix 3 – List of anthologies and their contents by topic

Appendix 4 - Glossary

Index

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