Through a diverse collection of carefully chosen selections, 'Readings in Philosophy of Religion: East Meets West' offers an enlightening array of perspectives on Western and non-Western religious thought that makes more meaningful trans-cultural connections possible within philosophy of religion. Includes a substantial selection of non-Western religious perspectives that are accessible to both students and instructors Provides further clarity with comprehensive chapter introductions to orient reader to upcoming selections Incorporates discussion of topics often neglected, such as religious non-realism, post-modernism, and feminist philosophy of religion As our global awareness of religious diversity has expanded dramatically in recent years, the traditional boundaries of philosophy of religion have begun to broaden. To help foster this trend, 'Readings in Philosophy of Religion: East Meets West' offers an enlightening array of Western and non-Western, theistic and non-theistic, religious thought. Combining key readings by contemporary philosophers with pivotal historical texts, this broad anthology brings together some of the best work in both Western philosophy of religion and Eastern thought - including selections on Hinduism, Buddhism, Daoism, and Confucianism. With a third of the text devoted to non-Western viewpoints, the collection offers a refreshing new perspective on contemporary philosophy of religion. Selections on non-Western religious philosophy have been carefully chosen to supplement or challenge important presuppositions of Western reflection. 'Readings in Philosophy of Religion' is a welcome bridge to an improved understanding of religion and its complex role in the twenty-first century world.