Philosophy of Religion, 2nd edition

Norman L. Geisler and Winfried Corduan, Philosophy of Religion, 2nd ed. (Grand Rapids: Baker Book House, 1988).

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This is the revision of Norman L. Geisler's book, Philosophy of Religion, which was published by Zondervan in 1974.

Using a Thomistic approach primarily, this book addresses four traditional areas of philosophy of religion: religious experience, the existence of God, religious language, and the problem of evil.

Table of Contents

Part 1 God and Experience
1 The Nature of Religious Experience
2 The Characteristics of Religious Experience
3 The Dimensions of Religious Experience
4 Testing the Reality of Religious Experience
Part 2 God and Reason
5 The Function of Theistic Proofs
6 Teleological and Moral Arguments
7 Ontological Arguments
8 Cosmological Arguments
9 The Cosmological Argument Reevaluated
Part 3 God and Language
10 The Problem of Religious Language
11 Negative Religious Language
12 Positive Language About God
13 Model Religious Language
Part 4 God and Evil
14 The Nature of the Problem of Evil
15 The Metaphysical Problem of Evil
16 The Moral Problem of Evil
17 The Physical Problem of Evil

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