What, if anything, should we believe about God? What is the nature of faith? Is belief in God rational? Questions about the nature of religious belief-especially with respect to its rationality, is justification, it's and its relation to religious experience-are central to the philosophy of religion. Religious epistemology has been an area of intense debate over the past decade, and in The Epistemology of Religious Belief, Thomas Senor introduces and analyzes the central concepts and problems of religious belief. While he finds many of the traditional defenses of religious belief lacking in coherence or justification, Senor mounts a vigorous defense of a version of theistic belief which allows for the rationality and justification of a variety of religious beliefs. Accessible but sophisticated, this book is ideal for advanced undergraduate and graduate courses in the philosophy of religion and religious epistemology, and for anyone interested in state of the art issues and approaches in this lively area of inquiry.