This article attempts to show that religious experience is a source of knowledge of existence of God. To this end, first, several versions of reasoning of religious experience are stated. Then, objection of John Hospers, a critique of religious experience is reviewed. According to Hospers verification of argument from religious experience leads to paradoxical beliefs to which means nothing but religious pluralism. The author raises two considerations: First, religious experience like sensory experience, is a source of knowledge, secondly, opposing views on religious experience are justified as they are justified in the case of sensory experience.
The author concludes that most of opposing views on religious experience could be attributed to the variety of God’s names. The reliability of the remaining views may be verified by the standards of reason and the holy book.