Philosophy of religion; an anthology, 5th ed.9780495095040
Philosophy of religion; an anthology, 5th ed.
Ed. by Louis Louis, titular duke of Burgundy
Louis, 1682–1712, titular duke of Burgundy; grandson of King Louis XIV of France. He became heir to the throne on the death (1711) of his father, Louis the Great Dauphin. P. Pojman and Michael Michael, archangel
Michael (mī`kəl) [Heb.,=who is like God?], archangel prominent in Christian, Jewish, and Muslim traditions. In the Bible and early Jewish literature, Michael is one of the angels of God's presence. Rea.
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This supplemental text for philosophy courses contains classic and contemporary readings dealing with major problems in the philosophy of religion. The volume is organized into ten sections, exploring such themes as the problem of evil, the attributes of God, and religious pluralism The examples and perspective in this article or section may not represent a worldwide view of the subject.
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This article is about religious pluralism. . Each section opens with an editorial preface pref·ace
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2. that introduces key ideas in the selections that follow.
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