Tyler W. Hildebrand
Study of selected topics and problems in the philosophy of religion, such as: arguments for the existence of God; the problem of evil; atheism; faith; religious experience and revelation; the attributes of God; miracles; immortality; and the relation between religion and morality. Readings from historical and contemporary authors.
This course covers some major issues in philosophical theology and the philosophy of religion. Topics include: arguments for and against the existence of God, the problem of religious diversity, hell and salvation, the relationship between science and religion, and faith and reason. (Time permitting, we'll have quick units on miracles and philosophical naturalism.) TEXT: "The Problem of Evil", Marilyn McCord Adams and Robert Merrihew Adams, eds.
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