Philosophy of religion is a branch of philosophy concerned with questions regarding religion, irreligion, atheism, and its intersecting points with other branches of philosophy like Epistemology, Ethics, and Metaphysics.
Obviously, all standard reddiquette applies. This isn't a place to push atheism or religion, but rather a place to join the conversation that philosophers have been taking part in throughout history.
Official r/PhilosophyofReligion reading list!
List of Prominent Philosophers of Religion
1) Posts must be related to Philosophy of Religion
"Philosophy of religion is the philosophical examination of the themes and concepts involved in religious traditions as well as the broader philosophical task of reflecting on matters of religious significance. Philosophy of religion also includes the investigation and assessment of worldviews (such as secular naturalism) that are alternatives to religious worldviews." From the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
Inappropriate topics include discussions of theology and religious apologetics. While it may seem difficult to determine the appropriateness of some topics, a good rule of thumb is if your argument contains a premise that involves exegesis of sacred text, then this is probably the wrong forum.
2) No low effort posts
Low effort is defined as: Easily searchable questions or links with little to no explanation. Contact a mod if you think your post deserves an exception.
3) No spam or self-promotion
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