Not available in 2012
This course investigates the philosophical foundations of God's existence and being. It will explain the nature of religion. It will also explore the question whether human beings are basically religious
Upon completion of this course, students will be expected to:
1. Articulate the diverse concepts of religion;
2. Demonstrate a knowledge of the primary sources of essential authors on religion;
3. Articulate and explain the current religious ideas and movements.
Themes will include: introduction to history of religions; nature of religion; study of primary sources (e.g. ancient ideas of religion, Greek philosophers, theism, Enlightenment, idealism, existentialism, structuralism, nihilism etc.).
Modes of Delivery
Distance Learning : Paper Based
Flexible Delivery / Student Centred Learning
Self Directed Learning
Self Directed Learning: for 130 hour(s) per Term for Full Term