Philosophy of religion

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Overview

Conduct in-depth considerations of religious thinking, practice and other phenomena. Study the relationship of rationality and faith, and the nature of religious language and experience. Investigate conceptions of divinity and the God-world relationship (either within a religious tradition or beyond one), rational arguments concerning God’s existence and nature, and issues such as the problem of evil and ideas concerning life after death. This discipline is especially valuable for secondary school teachers of philosophy, particularly in Victoria, and those interested in how the field relates to religious education.

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