Category:Philosophy of religion
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Philosophy of religion is a branch of philosophy that is concerned with the philosophical study of religion, including arguments over the nature and existence of God, religious language, miracles, prayer, the problem of evil, and the relationship between religion and other value-systems such as science and ethics, among others.
It is sometimes distinguished from "religious philosophy", the philosophical thinking that is inspired and directed by religion, such as Christian philosophy and Islamic philosophy. Instead, philosophy of religion is the philosophical thinking about religion, which can be carried out dispassionately by a believer and non-believer alike.
This category has the following 15 subcategories, out of 15 total.
- ► Epistemology of religion (4 C, 34 P)
- ► Free will (3 C, 56 P)
- ► Gifford Lectures (6 P)
- ► Holiness (7 C, 17 P)
- ► Nontheism (8 C, 15 P)
- ► Religion and science (15 C, 107 P)
Pages in category "Philosophy of religion"
The following 114 pages are in this category, out of 114 total. This list may not reflect recent changes (learn more).
- Agnostic atheism
- Agnostic theism
- Alam al Mulk
- Alvin Plantinga's free will defense
- Argument from beauty
- Argument from nonbelief
- Argument from poor design
- Argument from reason
- Argument from religious experience
- Atheism dispute
- Atheist's Wager
- Augustinian theodicy
- Parable of the Invisible Gardener
- Perennial philosophy
- Persian Letters
- Phenomenology of religion
- Philosophical theology
- Practical atheism
- The Primordial Tradition
- Principled Distance
- Problem of evil
- Problem of evil in Hinduism
- Problem of Hell
- Problem of religious language
- Problem of the creator of God