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4.0 out of 5 stars Excellent overview of religious epistemology, March 21, 2000
S. Guha (Redmond, Washington United States) - See all my reviews
This review is from: Contemporary Perspectives on Religious Epistemology (Paperback)
This is a very useful collection of papers by noted analytic philosophers, all concerned with the epistemology of religion. The introduction sets up the basic structure of the book, which is divided into six sections, each named after one of the major contemporary approaches to religious epistemology: atheism, natural theology, Wittgensteinian fideism, reformed epistemology, approaches based on religious experience, and prudential accounts of religious belief. I especially recommend the following: "Atheological Apologetics", "The Argument from Evil and some Varieties of Atheism" (W. Rowe), "Colors, Flavors, and God" (R. M. Adams), "The Argument from Design" (R. Swinburne), "The Groundlessness of Belief" (N. Malcolm), Plantinga's paper, and "You Bet Your Life" (Lycan & Schlesinger).
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Contemporary Perspectives on Religious Epistemology
Contemporary Perspectives on Religious Epistemology by R. Douglas Geivett (Paperback - February 4, 1993)
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