Philosophy of Religion
— PHIL 321 (3)
Undertakes an investigation of some of the problems in philosophy of religion, including the interface between faith and reason, the divine attributes, arguments for God's existence, the problem of religious language, and the problem of evil. Both historical and contemporary philosophical sources are used. Prerequisites: PHIL 101, 102, and 201. Exclusion: PHIL 294.
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