Philosophy of religion, Humanities

Philosophy of Religion-It is the philosophical study of the meaning and nature of religion. This comprises the analyses of religious ideas, beliefs, practices, arguments and terms of religious adherents. The scope of most of the work made in philosophy of religion has been restricted to the diverse theistic religions. More recent work frequently engages a broader, additional global approach, taking into identifications both non-theistic and theistic religious traditions. The range of such involved in the field of philosophy of religion is wide and diverse and comprises philosophers from the continental and analytic traditions, Western and Eastern thinkers, religious believers and agnostics, atheists and skeptics. This philosophy draws on all of the main areas of philosophy and also the other relevant fields, consisting of theology, sociology, history, psychology and the natural sciences.

Is There a God?

If there is a God, then what is He Like?

What Does that Mean for Us?

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