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If you’re interested in learning the essential issues in the field of philosophy of religion, then welcome to join this [course_title].  

Philosophy is the most crucial and comprehensive thought process revealed by humans. In this course, you’ll comprehend the concept of philosophy of religion, including figure out a variety of issues such as human values, how to negotiate diverse belief systems in pluralistic societies, the conflict regarding science and religion and many more.

Assessment

This course does not involve any written exams. Students need to answer 5 assignment questions to complete the course, the answers will be in the form of written work in pdf or word. Students can write the answers in their own time. Each answer needs to be 200 words (1 Page). Once the answers are submitted, the tutor will check and assess the work.

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Course Credit: Open Culture

Course Curriculum

Finding Prof McCormick’s Philosophy Courses on the Web 00:04:00
Taking an Online Course 00:25:00
Philosophy of Religion Course Structure, McCormick, CSUS 00:24:00
Intro to Philosophy of Religion 00:20:00
William Paley’s Design Argument for God: Watches, Evolution, and The Gap 00:31:00
Intro to the Problem of Evil 00:40:00
Swinburne’s Argument from Design for God 00:31:00
Leibniz: This is the Best of All Possible Worlds, Despite the Appearance of Pointless Suffering 00:28:00
Hick: Suffering Builds Moral Character 00:30:00
Rowe Problem of Evil argument for Atheism 00:31:00
Rowe Problem of Evil argument for Atheism 00:31:00
Objections to the Kalam argument 00:19:00
Hume Miracles 00:31:00
The Salem Witchcraft Argument Against the Resurrection of Jesus 00:29:00
Pascal’s Wager 00:25:00
Confirmation Bias 00:21:00
Clifford and James on the Ethics Of Belief 00:33:00
Science and Religion 00:38:00
Religion and Morality 00:59:00
What is Atheism I 00:33:00
What Is Atheism II 00:24:00
Craig on Faith and Doubt 00:33:00
Can Belief in God be Disproven by Evidence? Theology and Falsification; R.M. Hare and B. Mitchell 00:25:00
Immortality 00:15:00
Dead as a Doornail: Can Near Death or Out of Body Experiences Prove the Existence of an Afterlife? 00:27:00
Is Believing in God Basic? pt.1 Plantinga’s Reformed Epistemology 00:26:00
Is Belief in God Basic? pt 2 Plantinga’s Critique of Foundationalism 00:23:00
Objections to Taking God as Basic, Reformed Epistemology pt. 3 00:27:00
Objections to Taking God as Basic, Reformed Epistemology pt. 3 00:27:00
How to Create a Google Doc 00:06:00
Assessment
Submit Your Assignment 00:00:00
Certification 00:00:00

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