A survey of main general human conceptions of the divine, ranging from animism and polytheism, through monotheism and pantheism, to deism and emergent theism.
In this lesson, key points about language are raised, functions of language with respect to religion are examined, as well as analogies regarding the divine.
Explores the challenge of verification and falsification in religious language, and examines three philosophical parables and their arguments.
Three types of philosophical arguments for God's existence are covered in this lesson: teleological, cosmological, and ontological arguments.
This lesson focuses on critical examination and objections made for the three main, classic types of arguments that are made for God's existence.
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