In this lesson, six more classic arguments for the existence of God are presented in their claims and structure, and then given brief critical examination.
This lesson discusses the problem of evil, a major challenge to the existence of God as understood by monotheism, looking at its implications and criticisms.
Critical perspectives on religious belief as provided by Hume, Marx, Freud, and others, as well as demythologization, are discussed in this lesson.
Several attributes that are traditionally accorded to the divine by monotheistic religious perspectives, along with their issues, are examined in this lesson.
This lesson looks at the problem between divine foreknowledge and free will, covering three positions, as well as compatibility proposed by Christian thinkers.
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