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HUM 546 Discussing God(s): A Philosophical Introduction

Course Description

This course is an introduction to the philosophical study of various religiously relevant topics. These include: the analysis of arguments for and against God’s existence; conceptual problems with formulating a sensible idea of God; the plausibility of multiple deities; the relationship (if any) between God/multiple deities and morality; a comparison of faith and reason; the reliability of religious experience and testimony; the possible impacts of predestination/divine foreknowledge on free will and moral responsibility; and prudential reasons for belief in God(s), such as the desirability of an afterlife.  

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