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God, Reason, and Religion

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Don't buy just another philosophy of religion textbook, get the best. GOD, REASON, AND RELIGION walks you through unusual examples and new ideas on the way to explain the core issues of the philosophy of religion. Plus it's got the study tools you need and easy to follow explanations so you'll be ready for the test as well.
Paperback, 94 pages
Published April 1st 2005 by Wadsworth Publishing Company
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Feb 07, 2014 Paul rated it did not like it
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This is easily the worst philosophical book I have ever read (I have a Ph.D. in philosophy and specialize in the philosophy of religion). Three examples: first, the entire chapter on heaven is nothing but a long list of rhetorical questions, and as I teach my first-year philosophy students rhetorical questions are not arguments. Second, when he attempts to critique some philosophical argument he demonstrates his true ignorance of the subject matter almost immediately (see, for example, his truly ...more
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Dec 16, 2015 یاسر Mirdamadi rated it really liked it
A concise introduction to non-realistic philosophy of religion.
Yaqeen Sikander
Mar 23, 2014 Yaqeen Sikander rated it it was ok
Very basic book, simply written in a concise manner about the philosophy of religion. Many elements like cosmological argument is not well explained (and also misunderstood by the author) and chapters ask many questions and rhetoric cannot be used as arguments. The chapter on religion itself manifests the lack of understanding of religion coming from the Author. I wonder how Wadsworth even agreed to publish this work!
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Clearly written and philosophically sound, this short book is worth the read. I say more at: Sects and Violence in the Ancient World.
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Very easy read. Great introduction to the philosophy of religion.
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