Introduction to Philosophy of Religion
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Description: Using various and competing religious sensibilities, Introduction to the Philosophy of Religion helps readers work through the traditional material and their own religious questions. It addresses the question "Does God exist?," while also engaging how religions are lived and experienced in contemporary life. This book includes chapters or sections on the religions of the world, with sections on the history, belief, and practice of five world religions; the relevance to faith of the arguments for the existence of God; the realism issue; religious plurality; and the gender issue For individuals interested in the study of philosophy of religion.
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List price: $87.95
Copyright year: 2007
Publication date: 9/1/2006
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.50" tall
|Introduction: Philosophy and Religion|
|Religions of the World|
|Other Religious Forms|
|Proving Gods Existence|
|The Main Argument for Gods Existence|
|The Ontological Argument Criticisms of the Ontological Argument|
|The Cosmological Argument Criticisms of the Cosmological Argument|
|The Teleological Argument Criticisms of the Teleological Argument|
|Summing Up and Going Further Questions for Chapter 2|
|Religious Faith and Proving Gods Existence|
|Two Questions about Proving Gods Existence|
|The Relevance for Faith of the Arguments for Gods Existence|
|Summing Up and Going Further Questions for Chapter 3|
|Is Religious Belief Reasonable?|
|Faith and Reason Blaise Pascal and the Reasonableness of Faith Criticisms of Pascals Account|
|William James and the Right to Believe Criticisms of Jamess Account|
|Contemporary Concerns about Evidentialism|
|Alvin Plantinga and the Rationality of Religious Belief|
|Criticisms of Plantingas Account|
|William Alston and the Reliability of Religious Belief|
|Formation Criticisms of Alstons Account|
|Summing Up and Going Further Questions for Chapter 4|
|Religious Discovery: Is the Discovery of God Possible?|
|Religious Experience and Discovery Kinds of Discoveries|
|The Religious Sensibility of the Psalms|
|Why Doesnt Everyone Realize Gods Presence?|
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