Philosophy of Religion: Classic and Contemporary Readings
Michael Palmer has collected the most important classic and contemporary readings on philosophy of religion in this new, student-friendly anthology. Topics include: the concept of God, arguments for Gods existence, the problem of evil, miracles, morality, the afterlife, religious language, reason and belief, and diverse views from the worlds religions. Each chapter traces historical understandings of each issue through a range of philosophical perspectives, and includes introductions to philosophers and their work, helpful study questions, suggested further readings, and an index. A companion website supports the book with additional materials for both instructors and students, including a glossary of key terms (www.fortresspress.com/palmer).