Students of the philosophy of religion in the anglophone academic world will generally find themselves directed along a well-trodden syllabus that covers standard arguments for the existence of God, together with an examination of the key concepts and doctrines of theistic, and in particular Christian, religious belief.
Why philosophy should be much more than an intellectual exercise
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