Religious philosophy

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Religious philosophy is philosophical thinking that is inspired and directed by religion, such as Buddhist philosophy, Christian philosophy, Hindu philosophy or Islamic philosophy.

Philosophy of religion, is a relevant field. A branch of philosophy that is concerned with the philosophical study of religion, that discipline has a long history, traditionally within the study of metaphysics. Philosophy of religion is the philosophical thinking about religion by various persons. This discipline can be carried out dispassionately by persons who self-describe as believers, those who may be called nonbelievers, and others who may treat or characterize their own belief or belief in general in specialized ways. [1]

[edit] References

  1. ^ Evans, C. Stephen (1985). Philosophy of Religion: Thinking about Faith. InterVarsity Press. pp. 16. ISBN 0877843430. 
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