PH450 Philosophy of Religion

Religion and Philosophy    credits: 3


Introduces students to pivotal questions regarding God and philosophy. Of primary importance are questions, such as: Does God exist and how can one know this? What are the primary attributes of God? How can one know whether one religion is more valid than another? Why is there evil in our world? What is the relationship between faith and reason? Prerequisites: CP290 and PH381 or PH382, or permission of instructor. Offered alternate years.