PHIL 107: Philosophy of Religion
An examination of core issues in the philosophy of religion, using classical and contemporary sources. Topics may include: arguments for and against the existence of God, differing concepts of the divine, the rationality of religious belief, mysticism, divine foreknowledge and free-will, death and immortality.
Prerequisite: PHIL 001 or consent of instructor.
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