Philosophy of Religion

Philosophy of Religion

 

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to be argumentative on an issue discussed in class; this is the course description;”This course aims at introducing students to rich heritage of human minds on the questions of spiritual dimension of human existence from analytical and philosophical point of view. We shall ask the following questions: what is so special about being spiritual as the most distinctive human attribute?; how do we get to know whether there is a supreme divine being or not?; apart from esoteric experiences, what is the legitimate extent to which rational cogitation and discourse can contribute to the inquiries of this nature on ultimate reality?; what kinds of attributes can be ascribed to the being called God?; can all the traditional divine attributes rendered to be coherent, or are they so incompatible that the existence of such a supreme being is simply inconceivable?; is the undeniable presence of evil in this world significant enough to negate any possibility of benevolent and all-powerful God?; and what philosophical implications on the question of God can we take from the advancement of modern sciences, such as anthropic principle and so forth? In the end, is it rational to have a faith of some kind?” The essay itself could be about anything to do with philosophy of religion there isn’t a prompt its basically write something relevant. it also has to include quotes from famous philosophers; for example Kant, Kalam, David Hume, aristotle etc , this is the topic that i had in mind obviously you can write the essay using any argument you like but maybe this will make things simpler, we had to email the professor a “Abstract & Bibliography (AB) required for approval prior to writing” i emailed him the following ; “(1) Abstract: What is the reason Humans exist? Why were we put on this world? What is our purpose? What is waiting for us on the other side ?” and for (2) Bibliography: Paleys argument Dr. Michael G. Strauss , Scientific evidence for the existence of God. R6.13 TA multimedia R3.19 conceptions of god:(3) divine attributes Argument from evil and theodicy CA : Kalam Fine-tuning As explanandum Modalized modern version of ontological argument.” this was the professors reply; “These four questions are too broad to be an abstract… Granted for the sake of letting you work on it;

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