Philosophy of religion.


Englewood Cliffs, N.J., Prentice-Hall [1963] .

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Subjects Aufsatzsammlung.
Godsdienstfilosofie.
Religion -- Philosophie.
Religion -- Philosophy.
Religionsphilosophie.
Series Prentice-Hall foundations of philosophy series.
Description 111 pages ; 23 cm.
Copyright Date [1963]
Notes "For further reading": pages 107.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Introduction: What is philosophy of religion? -- The Judaic-Christian concept of God: Monotheism -- Infinite, self-existent -- Creator -- Personal -- Loving, good -- Holy -- Grounds for belief in God: the ontological argument -- The first cause and cosmological arguments -- The design (or teleological) argument -- The moral argument -- The argument from special events and experiences -- Probability and theistic argument -- Grounds for disbelief in God: the sociological theory of religion -- The Freudian theory of religion -- The challenge of modern science -- The problem of evil -- Human destiny: The immortality of the soul -- The re-creation of the psycho-physical person -- Does parapsychology help? -- Revelation and faith: The limits of proof -- The "propositional" view of revelation and faith -- Voluntarist theories of faith -- Tillich's conception of faith as ultimate concern -- A "non-propositional" view of revelation and faith -- A corresponding view of the Bible and theological thinking -- Problems of religious language: the peculiarity of religious language -- The doctrine of analogy (Aquinas) -- Religious statements as symbolic (Paul Tillich) -- Incarnation and the problem of meaning -- Religious language as noncognitive -- Another noncognitive analysis of religious language -- The problem of verification: the question of verifiability -- Two suggested solutions -- The idea of eschatological verification -- Some difficulties and complications -- "Exists," "fact," and "real" -- For further reading.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)381236
(OCoLC)ocm00381236
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WorldCat Identities Hick, John, 1922-2012.
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