Philosophy of Religion: The Big Questions

This book contains a collection of the essential readings treating both classic and contemporary issues in philosophy of religion.In addition to topics such as arguments for God's existence, the problem of evil, and divine attributes, it contains articles on divine hiddenness, the nature of revelation, and the doctrine of hell. As a result, this is an ideal text for use in courses on philosophy of religion and metaphysics at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. The text gives special attention to very recent work in philosophy of religion and includes a section devoted to multi-cultural perspectives.

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By Rob (The United States) · May 16, 2008
quite an anthology....

I read a few selections from this book. I highly recommend it because of its comprehensive capturing of the key areas of the philosophy of religion, with readings from some of the biggest names in the subject. (I also love books with two-column format, and is one of those.) ...more