Religious Studies 290

Religious Studies 290 REL 290
Faith and Reason 3 (3-0-0-0)

This course analyses various perspectives on the relationship between faith 'Christian faith in particular' and reason. It includes examinations of various traditional attempts to use reason as a foundation for, or in support of, faith, attempts to use reason to argue against faith, as well as perspectives according to which all such attempts are ill-conceived. Put otherwise, it examines views according to which faith and reason are in agreement, views according to which they are in conflict with one another, and views according to which neither is the case.

Credit Restriction: Credit may be obtained for only one of Religious Studies 290 or Biblical and Christian Studies 590 or Philosophy 290 or Philosophy 490

Prerequisites: 2nd year standing required
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