This book offers an introduction to the developments in philosophy of language, especially as these developments relate to religious language, particularly Christian discussion. This book not only discusses analytical philosophy, but also includes major historical debates about religious language along with several contemporary movements such as hermeneutical philosophy, philosophy of metaphor, narrative, structuralism, and poststructuralism. Dan Stiver provides an exposition of the different approaches with attention to central thinkers and works. These discussions intersect with religious studies, and this provides an expanding conversation about the subject as the book progresses. Dan R. Stiver, at the time of this publication, was Associate Professor of Christian Philosophy at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky.