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PHIL-2650 - Philosophy of Religion

Students will be introduced to classical and contemporary efforts to address such critical questions as (1) whether beliefs frequently associated with religion (e.g., belief in a divine being, belief in miracles, belief in an afterlife, etc.) are logically coherent, justifiable, and rationally reconcilable with other widely held beliefs (e.g., that evil exists, that natural law is universal, that modern science dependably advances human knowledge, that the human will is truly free, etc.), (2) whether a meaningful morality must be grounded in religion, and (3) whether more than one recognized religion can be generally correct.
Academic Level
Undergraduate
Subject
PHIL-Philosophy
Department
Academic Transfer
Credits
4.5
Prerequisites
None
Corequisites
None
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