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"This is a fine collection. As well as familiar material reflecting the atheism–theism debate, there are essays dealing with the perspectives of nontheistic religions, and the bearing of art, psychoanalysis, and environmental ethics on religious concerns. The text offers an excellent overview of some of the best recent work in the field." Mark Wynn, University of Exeter <!––end––>


"This anthology isn′t the standard fare. It contains sections on theistic arguments, evil, divine attributes, religious experience, and religious language, but it also pays attention to what makes a belief religious, religious values, personal identity, and death. The volume includes theistic, atheistic, and feminist essays which were clearly chosen for their relevance rather than for political correctness. The result is fresh and welcome." Keith Yandell, University of Wisconsin–Madison

"Taliaferro and Griffiths adroitly guide the modern student with verve and insight through the bewilderingly rich materials of contemporary philosophy of religion. I heartily recommend this magnificent aid to such a complex subject." Douglas Hedley, Clare College, Cambridge University

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This substantial anthology of classical and contemporary readings serves as a survey and analysis of the key issues, figures, and concepts in the philosophy of religion.

The readings examine a wide variety of topics, including religious identity, theism and divine attributes, explanations of religion, theistic arguments, nontheistic religions, evils and goods, religious values, personal identity, and death.The integration of the key issues concerning students today makes this book distinctive and accessible. Edited and introduced by distinguished scholars, these essays are essential reading for anyone interested in the philosophy of religion.

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I have now ordered three copies of this book from or through Amazon. In each copy, part of the Table of Contents was missing. In addition, the typeface was faint in all three and thus difficult to read. Presumably, this is the result of digital re-printing. Shame on you, Blackwell.
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I say it is slow because the writer sometimes reminds me of the guy from the clear eyes commercial, Ben Stein. It is an interesting read. I got it for school but you may find it fun for something else.
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