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Edited by Steven M. Cahn, REASONS AND RELIGIONS, a comprehensive, yet concise and affordable anthology, offers full coverage of historical and contemporary issues in the Philosophy of Religion. In addition to the classic selections one expects to find in such an anthology, Dr. Cahn has thoughtfully chosen readings from a variety of sources to fully expose you to multiple viewpoints on the most important debates in Philosophy of Religion. Whether you are investigating these topics from the traditional perspective, or you're examining these issues from the perspective of non-theistic traditions, the book's breadth of readings engages you in some of humanity's most fundamental questions in an enlightening manner.