A companion to philosophy of religion
Part of the Blackwell Companions to Philosophy series
In over 78 newly-commissioned essays, this outstanding volume provides a comprehensive and authoritative guide to the philosophy of religion.Written by many of today's leading figures, the volume surveys philosophical issues in the religions of the world, philosophical thought about religion in Western history, and important currents in twentieth-century philosophy of religion.Theism is treated systematically in discussions of religious language, the concept of God, arguments for and against theistic belief, and its relations to other aspects of culture, such as science and values.
A final section on new directions in philosophy of religion explores feminism, religious pluralism, and comparative philosophy of religion.
This volume will stand for many years to come as the standard reference resource for students and specialists alike.