PHIL/RELI 134/126.001 – Reason, Faith, and God: Philosophy of Western Religion
Instructor: Nevin Johnson. This course meets MWF 9:05 – 9:55 a.m. via remote synchronous (RS) instruction.
This survey course in the philosophy of religion will address such issues as: the attributes of God, arguments for the existence of God (cosmological arguments, ontological arguments, design arguments), arguments against the existence of God (e.g., the problem of evil), miracles, the problem divine foreknowledge, and the relationship between reason and faith. Primary and secondary sources will be used.
Required text: Chad Meister, Introducing Philosophy of Religion (Routledge 2009).