An introduction to philosophical issues about the nature and justification of religious belief. These issues include the conception of God in Judaism and Christianity; the role of faith, reason, and religiouis experience in religious belief; the traditional arguments for the existence of God; the problem of evil; the idea of immortality; the relations between religion and science and religion and morality.

Prerequisites: None

Frequency: Philosophy 116 has not been offered for several years.

Comprehensive Education Program: Philosophy 116 meets the Humanities ES requirement, and is also an IS course.