`Review from previous edition This impressive book ... deserves the serious attention of theologians ... Anyone seriously interested in philosophy of religion or systematic theology should read it. ' Basil Mitchell, Journal of Theological Studies
`It is ... the best and most philosophically interesting among recent defences of theism.' Elonore Stump, The Thomist
`He has ... set a highwater mark for inductive discussion of the existence of God.' Richard E. Creel, Journal of the American Academy of Religion
`A first-rate contribution to philosophical theology.' William Rowe, Philosophical Books
`Considered the most important contribution of the philosophy of religion by an author who is respected and read by whoever researches in this area in the contemporary English-speaking world, this new edition brings important improvements to the original version, issued in 1979 and revised in 1991.' Journal of Religious Studies
About the Author
Richard Swinburne is formerly Nolloth Professor of the Philosophy of the Christian Religion, University of Oxford.