Does God exist? Is it meaningful to speak of the Infinite or the Absolute? What is to be understood by concepts such as soul, spirit, or love? Are religious truths philosophically relevant and philosophically tenable? The reflective critical thinking of philosophy tries to embrace each side of human reality, even the matters and themes which arise out of the religious experience. This auxiliary textbook intends to present several selected topics of the philosophy of religion and it is primarily intended for bachelor students of philosophy.
Jana Trajtelova teaches at the Department of Philosophy, Faculty of Philosophy and Arts, Trnava University, Slovakia.
Contents: God in Philosophical Thinking - Philosophical Proofs of the Existence of God - A Priori Proofs - A Posteriori Proofs - The Problem of Evil and Theodicy - God and Evil - Suffering, Freedom, and Love.