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Philosophy of religion; classic and contemporary issues.


Philosophy of religion; classic and contemporary issues.

Ed. by Paul Copan and Chad Meister.

Blackwell Publishing


283 pages




Selected practitioners in the philosophical study of religion set out the primary concerns of the discipline for people entering it or gazing at it from a neighboring field. The overall themes are religious experience and knowledge, the existence of God, and the nature and attributes of God. A final section looks at emerging perspectives from continental, Eastern, and feminist philosophy.

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