A Thinker's Guide to the Philosophy of Religion

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Pearson Longman, 2006 - Philosophy - 356 pages
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Written in an approachable, student-friendly style, Philosophy of Religion provides broad, up-to-date coverage of the major topics in contemporary analytic philosophy of religion. Each chapter begins with a brief preview laying out the key issues that will be discussed, and a “hook” that will capture the reader's attention. "At a Glance" summaries, in the form of a bulleted list at the end of each chapter, provide a road map to help readers navigate the often complicated arguments within the philosophy of religion. This book is intended to stimulate clear thinking and careful attention to the reasons and argument for taking up views on religious questions.

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Contents

CONCEPTS OF GOD
1
THE DESIGN ARGUMENT
25
THE COSMOLOGICAL ARGUMENT
57
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