Book Title: Evil and Suffering in Jewish Philosophy Author: Leaman, Oliver Publisher: Cambridge University Press Date: 1995 ISBN: 0-521-41724-4 The problem of evil is one of the most commonly discussed topics in the philosophy of religion. Jewish philosophers have had a lot to say on this topic, especially in light of events like the Holocaust. […]
Book Title: The Reality of Man Author: Baha’u’llah and Abdu’l-Baha Publisher: Ba’hai Publishing Trust Date: 1972 ISBN: 0-87743-026-8 This book is a compilation of articles by the founders of the Ba’hai faith in which they offer a defense of religious pluralism.
Book Title: An introduction to the philosophy of religion Author: Davies, Brian Publisher: Oxford University Press Date: 1993 This book by Brian Davies is a lucid overview of the varied philosophical approaches to religious belief. Suitable for advanced readers.
Book Title: Belief in God: An introduction to the philosophy of religion Author: Mawson, T.J. Publisher: Oxford Date: 2005 ISBN: 0199284954 This is an advanced textbook, requires prior knowledge of other philosophical concepts. May be useful for teachers, and students who have already studied some philosophy.
Philosophy Resource Managing | Home Title: Readings in Philosophy of Religion: East Meets West Editor: Eshleman, Andrew Publisher: Blackwell Publishing Date: 2008 Location: Carlton, Victoria ISBN: 978-1-4051-4717-0 This is intended as a university textbook for philosophy of religion. It serves this purpose very well mainly because of its balance between Western and non-Western philosophy; a […]
Philosophy Resource Managing | Home Title: Dao De Jing Translator: Moeller, Hans-Georg Publisher: Open Court ISBN: 0-8126-9625-5 The Dao De Jing is a classic text of Chinese philosophy. When translating this text, it is difficult to strike a balance between preserving its poetic flow and making the philosophical ideas explicit. This translation by Hans-Georg Moeller […]
This very useful and secondary school student appropriate website, is targeted at students in Year 12 and 13. It covers a range of topics including reason and experience, why should I be governed? Why should I be moral? The idea of God, persons, knowledge of the external world, tolerance, the value of art, God and […]
Title: The Power of Myth Author: Campbell, Joseph Publisher: Anchor Books Location: New York ISBN: 0-385-41886-8 Joseph Campbell is often regarded as one of the preeminent scholars of world mythology. George Lucas credited him with influencing Star Wars. The Power of Myth is in the form of a dialogue between Campbell and Bill Moyers which […]
Title: Native American Traditions Editor: Versluis, Arthur Publisher: Element Books Limited Location: Brisbane Date: 1994 ISBN: 1-85230-572-X An abundance of colourful illustrations and insightful text characterise this introduction to the indigenous people of the New World. Its scope covers the entire span of the Americas from Eskimo to southern Incans. There is a strong focus […]
Title: The Bhagavad Gita: A walkthrough for Westerners Editor: Hawley, Jack Publisher: New World Library Location: Novato, California Date: 2001 ISBN: 1577311477 This translation of the Gita is slightly more dramatized than most. It reads a bit like a novella which would make it easier for a younger audience to assimilate. However, it retains the […]