With an approachable, reader-friendly style, A Thinker's Guide to the Philosophy of Religion provides up-to-date themes in contemporary, analytic philosophy of religion. This provocative collection of readings stimulates clear thinking and careful attention to the reasons for taking up views on religious questions.

chapter 1|24 pages

Concepts of God

chapter 2|31 pages

The Design Argument

chapter 3|23 pages

The Cosmological Argument

chapter 4|21 pages

The Ontological Argument

chapter 5|20 pages


chapter 6|26 pages

Religious Experience

chapter 7|28 pages

Reformed Epistemology

chapter 8|22 pages

Faith and Pragmatic Reasons for Belief

chapter 9|29 pages

The Argument from Evil

chapter 10|22 pages

God and Morality

chapter 11|20 pages

Religious Diversity

chapter 12|25 pages

God and Language

chapter 13|23 pages

Life After Death