A study of the nature of philosophy of religion, designed to be easy to understand and covering many of the key issues at the heart of this subject including: does God exist?; can God be experienced?; do miracles occur?; is there life after death?; how can we talk about God? Throughout the text there are numerous panel sections to help understanding of critical themes, or to challenge readers to consider their own thoughts on specific issues, or answer questions on their own or within small groups. Further preparations for the examination requirements of the philosophy of religion option is offered in question sections at the end of each chapter. There is also a revision section containing diagrammatic summaries to help students reinforce their understanding of the main themes.