Oxford University Press (2018)

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Tim Bayne
Monash University
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Philosophy of religion contains some of our most burning questions about the role of religion in the world, and the relationship between believers and God. Tim Bayne considers the core debates surrounding the concept of God; the relationship between faith and reason; and the problem of evil, before looking at reincarnation and the afterlife.
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ISBN(s) 0198754965   9780198754961   9780192853684
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