The book is thorough in its coverage yet concise and easy to complete.
William Rowe is a fine contemporary philosopher, and this book is an excellent short introduction to the field known as the Philosophy of Religion.
Rowe argues that Hume fails to take into account "many facts that are best explained by the hypothesis that a miracle occurred."
It has a bunch of highlights and red pen all in it. It will be hard to read and do my own notes with all of this in the book. Read morePublished 2 days ago by emily hanson
I love how this book has been organized. It has the main heading: a philosophical category on religion and then the sub-headings are premises that support it and then premises that... Read morePublished 11 months ago by PA-C
Just as promised in other reviews of this book which influenced my choice, this is the best introductory text on philosophy of religion that i have so far read. Read morePublished 13 months ago by melvin ayogu
I bought the book used, but it was underlined almost on every other page with a marker in a very abnormal way of doing it. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Josue Manzano
This book was used for a lower level class at my university for a Philosophy of Religion course and I found it to be extremely helpful in understanding the course subjects as well... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Lindsy Laway
This is ideal for the student or general reader wanting to understand the basic principles of the philosophy of religion in an enjoyable, intelligent, yet painless way!Published on July 26, 2010 by John T. Dukes
I used this book for a college course I had. It is possible to discuss religion and the belief of God in general terms without bringing in any Scriptures of any sort. Read morePublished on March 26, 2010 by DitchDocGabe
I received the book earlier than expected and it the book was as good as new when it came. Great deal on the book too!Published on February 28, 2009 by K. Trimble