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Philosophy of Religion: A Global Approach [Hardcover]

Stephen H. Phillips

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20 Oct 1995 0155017535 978-0155017535
Appropriate for an introductory philosophy of religion course, this anthology features a true global perspective, blending both standard Western and non-Western views. Abundant pedagogical support is available for students and instructors who are new to the study of non-Western philosophies of religion.

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General Introduction: Globalism in Philosophy of Religion. Part I: Divine Reality. Part II: Arguments for a Divine Reality. Part III: Mystical Experience. Part IV: Religion Debunked. Part V: Evil. Part VI: Religious Language. Part VII: Faith Against Reason (the Heart Against the Head). Part VIII: Religion and Ethics. Part IX: Personal Destiny. Part X: Religious Pluralism.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent text for comprehensive multicultural philosophy of religion course 17 Sep 2008
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I have used this text/anthology for about ten years. Editor Stephen Phillips has a knack for picking original source selections that go right to the heart of the topic, and his commentary is unfailingly incisive, even-handed and intelligent. The text provides an excellent basis for understanding the different concepts of God or "divine reality" and the different concepts of faith, salvation, ethics and the afterlife in different living religions, as well as the arguments for the existence of the divine in different religious traditions. Above all, the text is a useful basis for discussing the issue of whether there is an "essence" of major living religions--i.e., something they have in common that makes them all religions. I recommend this text for anyone who wants to teach a course that goes beyond the usual narrow focus on Western religious traditions.
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5.0 out of 5 stars John Kinsey 24 Jan 2003
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A refreshingly broad examination of world thought. Phillips does a fine job of tending both to the needs and dispositions of the Western reader without diluting any of the non-Western material. A nice break away from the normally Western-dominated bias found in texbooks of this sort.
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