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Philosophy of Religion Paperback – December 31, 2008

ISBN-13: 978-1577666110 ISBN-10: 1577666119

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  • Paperback: 200 pages
  • Publisher: Waveland Pr Inc (December 31, 2008)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1577666119
  • ISBN-13: 978-1577666110
  • Product Dimensions: 0.2 x 6 x 9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 9.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
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PART I: THE CONCEPT OF GOD. Concepts of God and the Ultimate. Aristotle, Metaphysics 12; Stoics; Epicureans. Thomas V. Morris: The Concept of God. Clark Pinnock: The Openness of God-Systematic Theology. Sallie McFague: God and the World. Paul Tillich: A Christian-Buddhist Conversation. Buber, The Love of God and the Idea of Deity. Classical Theistic Attributes. Stephen T. Davis: Temporal Eternity. Hugh J. McCann: The God Beyond Time. St. Thomas Aquinas: Is God's Power Limited? George Mavrodes: Some Puzzles Concerning Omnipotence. Harry Frankfurt: The Logic of Omnipotence. St. Augustine: Divine Foreknowledge and Human Free Will. Nelson Pike: God's Foreknowledge and Human Free Will are Incompatible. A. Plantinga: God's Foreknowledge and Human Free Will are Compatible. William Rowe: Can God be Free? Edward Wierenga: The Freedom of God. PART II: TRADITIONAL ARGUMENTS FOR THE EXISTENCE OF GOD. The Ontological Argument for the Existence of God. St. Anselm: The Ontological Argument. Immanuel Kant: A Critique of the Ontological Argument. The Cosmological Argument for the Existence of God. Thomas Aquinas: The Five Ways. Samuel Clarke: The Argument from Contingency. William Rowe: An Examination of the Cosmological Argument. W. L. Craig and J.P. Moreland: The Kalam Cosmological Argument. Paul Draper: A Critique of the Kalam Cosmological Argument. The Teleological Argument for the Existence of God. William Paley: The Watch and the Watchmaker. David Hume: A Critique of the Design Argument. Richard Swinburne: The Argument from Design. Robin Collins: A Scientific Argument for the Existence of God. PART III: RELIGIOUS EXPERIENCE. Selections of Mystical Experiences. William James: Mysticism. William Alston: Perceiving God. Eugene G. D'Aquili and Andrew B. Newberg: The Neurophysiological Basis of Religions, Or Why God Won't Go Away. Jeffrey Jordan: Religious Experience and Naturalistic Explanations. Michael Rea: Divine Hiddenness, Divine Silence. PART IV: THE PROBLEM OF EVIL. Historical and Literary Perspectives. David Hume: The Argument from Evil. Gottfried Leibniz: Theodicy: A Defense of Theism. Fyodor Dostoevsky: Rebellion. Contemporary Formulations. J. L. Mackie: Evil and Omnipotence. W. Rowe: The Inductive Argument from Evil Against the Existence of God. Paul Draper: Evolution and the Problem of Evil. Replies. Alvin Plantinga: The Free Will Defense. John Hick: Evil and Soul-Making. Alvin Plantinga: Supralapsarianism or "O Felix Culpa". Eleonore Stump: The Problem of Evil and the Desires of the Heart. Marilyn Adams: Horrendous Evil and the Goodness of God. Laura Waddell Ekstrom: Suffering as Religious Experience. PART V: MIRACLES. David Hume: Against Miracles. Peter van Inwagen: Of 'Of Miracles.' J. L. Mackie: Miracles and Testimony. Richard Swinburne: Evidence for the Resurrection. Hud Hudson: Hyperspace and Christianity. PART VI: DEATH AND IMMORTALITY. Plato: Immortality of the Soul. Bertrand Russell: The Finality of Death. John Hick: Immortality and Resurrection. Jeffrey Olen: Personal Identity and Life After Death. Prasannatma Das: A Hindu Theory of Life, Death, and Reincarnation. PART VII: FAITH AND REASON. Pragmatic Justification of Religious Belief. Blaise Pascal: The Wager. W. K. Clifford: The Ethics of Belief. William James: The Will to Believe. Rationality and Justified Religious Belief. John Hick: Rational Theistic Belief Without Proof. Anthony Flew, "The Presumption of Atheism". Michael Bergmann: Rational Religious Belief without Arguments. Louis P. Pojman: Faith, Hope, and Doubt. PART VIII: SCIENCE, RELIGION, AND EVOLUTION. The Relationship Between Science and Religion. Richard Dawkins: Science Versus Religion. Steven Jay Gould: Non-Overlapping Magesteria. Pope John Paul II: Faith and Science. Evolution, Naturalism, and Intelligent Design. William Dembski: Signs of Intelligence: A Primer on the Detection of Intelligent Design. Michael Murray: Natural Providence (Or Design Trouble). Alvin Plantinga: An Evolutionary Argument against Naturalism. Michael Bergmann: Commonsense Naturalism. PART IX: RELIGIOUS PLURALISM. John Hick: Religious Pluralism and Ultimate Reality. Alvin Plantinga: A Defense of Religious Exclusivism. David Basinger: Hick's Religious Pluralism and "Reformed Epistemology". A Middle Ground. Dalai Lama: Buddhism, Christianity, and the Prospects for World Religion. Joseph Runzo: God, Commitment, and Other Faiths: Pluralism Versus Relativism. --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.

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“Pojman’s style is conversational, very accessible . . . , deeply serious but not without plenty of humor. One is moved by his account of his intimate personal odyssey through the minefields of religious belief.” — Theodore Guleserian, Arizona State University

“I consider This to be the best introductory text on the subject. Thank you for reprinting it and especially for making if affordable for students.” - William Settles, Harry S. Truman College

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Lewis Vaughn is the former editor of Free Inquiry magazine and the former executive editor of the philosophy journal Philo. The late Louis P. Pojman was Professor Emeritus of Philosophy at the United States Military Academy at West Point.

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