PHIL-3636EL – Philosophy of Religion

This course examines the rational fondations for various truth-claims made by religions and the nature of religious experience. Among the topics considered are: faith and reason; the problem of the existance of God; the problem of evil; the Holy; religion and science; and religion in a pluralistic world. (lec 3) cr 3. Students may not retain credit for both PHIL 3636 and PHIL 3635.

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