Graduate Course Descriptions
THEO 6355 (3-3-0) Philosophy of Religion
This course is a philosophical examination of fundamental religious beliefs and concepts with primary focus on the claims and warrants of Christian theism. Special attention will be given to classical and contemporary perspectives on the relationship of faith and reason, the nature of religious language, arguments for the existence of God, religious experience, the nature and persistence of evil, miracles, death and immortality, and the relationships of Christianity and other religious traditions.
- Offered: Periodically.
- Prerequisite: None.