Philosophy of Religion Study Pack from PushMe Press

Philosophy of Religion Study Pack

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PushMe Press Religious Studies Revision and Study Packs are specifically written to include everything students need to prepare for their A and A/S Level exams, nothing more, nothing less.

Each of our multi-volume bundles cover everything religious studies students need to know within their particular area of study. Evaluating and analysing core areas and arguments, the books have been carefully tailored and produced in a format purposely designed to help absorb and engage with the most important points.

Written by expert subject teachers of the highest calibre, each of the books in our packs unravel their subject through use of an easy to follow style, incorporating featured key terms and quotes alongside outlines of common confusions, tables and comparisons.

The result is a concise pack of essential reading for A and AS candidates keen to boost their grade, without the overwhelming cost and struggle of thumbing through large quantities of books, endlessly searching for relevant information, facts and opinions.


This pack covers everything you need to know for A Level Philosophy of Religion with over 1000 pages delivered as eight distinct volumes.

Each Study Guide covers a key Philosophy topic. They evaluate and analyse the main arguments in a format designed to help you absorb and engage with the most important points.

When writing essays or studying for exams up to university level, make this your starting point for understanding Science & ReligionMiracles, Plato & Aristotle, Religious Language, Arguments for God, Religious Experience, Attributes of God and God & Evil.

Revise key terms, test yourself with self-assessment questions and follow links from the book straight to our online community to extend your learning.


 SPECIAL OFFER - HALF PRICE - UNTIL 21st SEPTEMBER 2015

What's included?

Miracles

  • Definitions
  • Nature, the Supernatural & Laws of Nature
  • The Role of Miracles Within Religion
  • A List of Biblical Miracles
  • Reports of Miracles at Lourdes
  • Credulity and Credibility
  • Miracles & the Attributes of God
  • A Critique of Miracles: David Hume
  • A Critique of Miracles: Maurice Wiles

Plato & Aristotle

  • Introduction
  • Plato
  • Aristotle
  • Plato, Aristotle and later
  • Christian Thought
  • Reviewing Plato and Aristotle

Religious Language

  • Apophatic thought and analogy
  • Verification and falsification
  • The problem of meaning for religious language
  • Myth, symbol and religious language
  • Wittgenstein, meaning and truth
  • Verification and paradox

Arguments for God

  • Introduction
  • The Cosmological Argument
  • The Teleological Argument
  • The Ontological Argument
  • The Moral Argument

Science & Religion

  • Science OR Religion
  • Origins
  • Design arguments
  • Miracles
  • Quantum Physics
  • Science AND Religion

Religious Experience

  • Aims and main conclusions in The Varieties of Religious Experience
  • Different forms of religious experience
  • The cognitive status of religious experience
  • Swinburne’s argument
  • Religious experience and the question of epistemology

Attributes of God

  • A history of the idea of God
  • God the Creator
  • God’s goodness
  • Omnipotence
  • Omniscience
  • Eternity

God & Evil

  • The "Problem" of Evil
  • Could God Prevent Suffering?
  • Should God Prevent Suffering?
  • Of Sin and Punishment
  • The Falls of Men and Angels
  • Future-looking Theodicies
  • Hick and the "Irenaean" Tradition

These books are a must-read for anyone seeking to improve their study and essay-writing skills.

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Philosophy of Religion Study Pack

PushMe Press Religious Studies Revision and Study Packs are specifically written to include everything students need to prepare for their A and A/S Level exams, nothing more, nothing less.

Each of our multi-volume bundles cover everything religious studies students need to know within their particular area of study. Evaluating and analysing core areas and arguments, the books have been carefully tailored and produced in a format purposely designed to help absorb and engage with the most important points.

Written by expert subject teachers of the highest calibre, each of the books in our packs unravel their subject through use of an easy to follow style, incorporating featured key terms and quotes alongside outlines of common confusions, tables and comparisons.

The result is a concise pack of essential reading for A and AS candidates keen to boost their grade, without the overwhelming cost and struggle of thumbing through large quantities of books, endlessly searching for relevant information, facts and opinions.


This pack covers everything you need to know for A Level Philosophy of Religion with over 1000 pages delivered as eight distinct volumes.

Each Study Guide covers a key Philosophy topic. They evaluate and analyse the main arguments in a format designed to help you absorb and engage with the most important points.

When writing essays or studying for exams up to university level, make this your starting point for understanding Science & ReligionMiracles, Plato & Aristotle, Religious Language, Arguments for God, Religious Experience, Attributes of God and God & Evil.

Revise key terms, test yourself with self-assessment questions and follow links from the book straight to our online community to extend your learning.


 SPECIAL OFFER - HALF PRICE - UNTIL 21st SEPTEMBER 2015

What's included?

Miracles

  • Definitions
  • Nature, the Supernatural & Laws of Nature
  • The Role of Miracles Within Religion
  • A List of Biblical Miracles
  • Reports of Miracles at Lourdes
  • Credulity and Credibility
  • Miracles & the Attributes of God
  • A Critique of Miracles: David Hume
  • A Critique of Miracles: Maurice Wiles

Plato & Aristotle

  • Introduction
  • Plato
  • Aristotle
  • Plato, Aristotle and later
  • Christian Thought
  • Reviewing Plato and Aristotle

Religious Language

  • Apophatic thought and analogy
  • Verification and falsification
  • The problem of meaning for religious language
  • Myth, symbol and religious language
  • Wittgenstein, meaning and truth
  • Verification and paradox

Arguments for God

  • Introduction
  • The Cosmological Argument
  • The Teleological Argument
  • The Ontological Argument
  • The Moral Argument

Science & Religion

  • Science OR Religion
  • Origins
  • Design arguments
  • Miracles
  • Quantum Physics
  • Science AND Religion

Religious Experience

  • Aims and main conclusions in The Varieties of Religious Experience
  • Different forms of religious experience
  • The cognitive status of religious experience
  • Swinburne’s argument
  • Religious experience and the question of epistemology

Attributes of God

  • A history of the idea of God
  • God the Creator
  • God’s goodness
  • Omnipotence
  • Omniscience
  • Eternity

God & Evil

  • The "Problem" of Evil
  • Could God Prevent Suffering?
  • Should God Prevent Suffering?
  • Of Sin and Punishment
  • The Falls of Men and Angels
  • Future-looking Theodicies
  • Hick and the "Irenaean" Tradition

These books are a must-read for anyone seeking to improve their study and essay-writing skills.

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