The philosophy of religion is all about the religious doctrines, scriptures, stories, beliefs, practices, histories, arguments. Anything that supports to learn the life and know the purpose of life is the philosophy of religion. The studies are carried out to learn about every religion, its authenticity and the values of the each religion. The philosophy associated with religion basically tries to gain an understanding of religious beliefs and faith of each religion and the matters it conveys to the people.
The philosophy of religion tries to comprehend God and the concepts behind religious beliefs. It is more theoretical and it does not have any experimental evidence. It helps to understand the God and conveys the matter that the religion wants to deliver to people. It basically analyzes and justifies the authenticity of the religious belief.
Though theology and philosophy deal with the concepts of religious belief, theology speaks about a particular religion, whereas the philosophy deals with the scientific investigation of a religion and also analyzes the merits and demerits of the religion. In religious philosophy, the sacred writing belonging to a religion is considered as source and theme for the research.
The philosophy of religion analyzes the claims that are put forth by the religion and justifies the claim and gives appropriate explanation. It basically helps to answer the questions raised and trying to find out the solution by doing research on the topics considered for the study. The conclusions are derived from the study subject and the explanations are given appropriately in the context of religion.
This philosophy is viewed differently by each and everyone. Each person look at the same concept in a different perspective based on the idea that individual possess in the mind. It is always true that the individual who is open minded can always analyze the concepts in a better way than the individual who considers the study with some opinion before hand. It is something that helps to give justification to the beliefs of a religion.