Disagreement, Religious

Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy (2015)

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John Pittard
Yale University
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Religious Disagreement The domain of religious inquiry is characterized by pervasive and seemingly intractable disagreement. Whatever stance one takes on central religious questions—for example, whether God exists, what the nature of God might be, whether the world has a purpose, whether there is life beyond death—one will stand opposed to a large contingent of highly … Continue reading Disagreement, Religious →.
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