PHIL 261: PHILOSOPHY OF RELIGION

Examination of philosophical issues related to faith such as concepts of religion and of God, arguments for and against the existence of God, the problem of evil, religious language, mysticism and religious experience, faith and reason, religion and science, religion and morality, religion and politics, revelation, miracles, life after death, relativism and pluralism, particularism and universalism. Course will include traditional and contemporarty approaches. (Even years only.) Prerequisite: One course in philosophy and one course in religion or permission of the instructor.

Hours
3