Philosophy of Religion from an Africa Perspective
Philosophy of Religion Made Simple
This book presents some principle areas in the domain of the philosophy of religion.
Special emphasis is given to;Religious truth claims,that is, evidence and proofs for God's existence;it examines some important questions regarding religion,such as good and evil,Death and immortality,Faith and Reason and Contemporary approaches to religious phenomenon.
After examining the place of reason, revelation and experience in religion the book considers ways of thinking and speaking about God.
The traditional and more contemporary arguments for the existence of God have been examined.
A number of major topics have been discussed such as the problem of suffering,the relationship between religion and morality,free will,miracles and immortality.
The book closes with a brief examination of the attacks on religious belief from the direction of contemporary philosophy.This study is the fruit of extensive inquiry, teaching and sharing with students.
It is at the same time, the fruit of harmonious and friendly co-operation and sharing among the Students and author as a Lecturer of philosophy of Religion.The book is good to students and Lecturers in colleges and Universities teaching Philosophy.
Kasomo Daniel PhD: Studied Religious Studies in the Catholic University of Eastern Africa.
A Roman Catholic Bishop and the Leader of the Society of St Peter and Paul in Kenya.
A Senior Lecturer in Maseno University in Kenya.
Former Dean of Students and Counselor in Egerton University and Head of Department of Religious Studies Catholic University.