With an approachable, reader-friendly style, A Thinker's Guide to the Philosophy of Religion provides up-to-date themes in contemporary, analytic philosophy of religion. This provocative collection of readings stimulates clear thinking and careful attention to the reasons for taking up views on religious questions.
Table of Contents
1. Concepts of God 2. The Design Argument 3. The Cosmological Argument 4. The Ontological Argument 5. Miracles 6. Religious Experience 7. Reformed Epistemology 8. Faith and Pragmatic Reasons for Belief 9. The Argument from Evil 10. God and Morality 11. Religious Diversity 12. God and Language 13. Life after Death Glossary Bibliography