Course Description:

RPHI 483/583 PHILOSOPHY OF RELIGION This course introduces the salient issues in philosophy of religion: Reason and faith, atheism and theism, evil and suffering, religious language, Biblical authority, and conflicting religious claims. The student is expected to shape personal beliefs/approaches in these areas and apply them both inside and outside the Christian Community. Prerequisite(s): RBIB 113, RBIB 123, and RPHI 213 or consent of Instructor. Students taking this course for graduate credit must complete all graduate course requirements. Three Hours, Spring, Odd Years