Philosophy of Religion

After studying this course, you should be able to:



1. understand what is meant with "God" and "religion";

2. understand the main questions in respect of philosophy of religion;

3. have a better sense of the differences between philosophical questions and other kinds of questions or arguments;

4. consider objectively the relation between belief and evidence, faith, and proof;

5. understand and be able to express several philosophical theories taking a position in the debates over the issues mentioned in this course; and

6. identify and use relevant evidence to offer reasons for and against the various theories about religious belief.



- Outcomes

- Section I: What is Philosophy of Religion

- Section II: Philosophy of Religion and Sciences

- Section III: Does a Supreme Being exist?

- Section IV: What can be a Supreme Being?

- Section V: Philosophy of Religion and Evil

- Bibliography

- Quiz Validation