PHIL 2333 - Philosophy of Religion
(TCCNS = PHIL 2321)
Prerequisite(s): Currently no prerequisite.
(Former prerequisite: ENGL 1123 .)
A critical examination of the definitions, assumptions, and arguments central to religion. Topics may include interpreting the nature of religion, arguments for and against the existence of God, the relation between theology and philosophy, the relation between God and the world, the problem of evil, and the nature of religious experience.
Core Code: 040N - Language, Philosophy & Culture
Effective Term: Fall 2015 - Added to the core curriculum. Spring 2016 - Change of Prerequisite.
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