"Swinburne's revised edition is indeed a pleasure.... It is also good to see that [the] Clarendon Press have produced a relatively cheap paperback, for which students will certainly be grateful."--Heythrop Journal
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As advertised, in great condition and the price was right. Bought for my sons philosophy class.Published 3 months ago by William Hamlett
its okay but i still recommend it for reading, am just glad i found a good pricePublished 17 months ago by George A.
Swinburne hits a home run on this classic, as he takes intellectualism to a new level. I've never seen a better explaination for Omnipotence and Omniscience then what is in this... Read morePublished on August 26, 2011 by Cornell
Swinburne's book is essential reading. I originally bought the book to see how he deviates away from the Thomistic doctrines of Analogy. Read morePublished on June 11, 2001 by Glenn B Siniscalchi