The book is a fast-paced read and very well argued.
Plantinga lays out his thesis (related to the concord/conflict related to both theistic belief/metaphysical naturalism) in a very articulate manner.
Even for those that disagree, Plantinga's careful approach should provide the reader with ample material to assess their position.
Plantinga shows why he is one of the foremost philosophers defending theism. The central argument of the book is very well developed. Read morePublished 12 days ago by JB
Since this book has been one talked about highly in the modern science debate, which I do enjoy, I figured I should take a look. Read morePublished 1 month ago by ApologiaPhoenix
Before purchasing this book, I would recommend that readers first take a look at this review by Maarten Boudry, Dept of Philosophy, Ghent University:
Where the Conflict... Read more
The thesis of this book is that the putative conflict between science and faith is a will of the wisp. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Richard B. Schwartz
Not very challenigng, and he does not those who tend to share his views very well.Published 1 month ago by Jon E. Braun
At the outset, Alvin Plantinga states the thesis of this book as "there is superficial conflict but deep concord between science and theistic religion, but superficial concord... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Peter S. Bradley
The author's scholarship and thoroughness of argument at times becomes obscured by the complexity of his syllogisms. Read morePublished 3 months ago by The Rev. Hugh Dickinson
This is not an easy book but it is rewarding if you are willing to follow through with the careful argumentation. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Joel S. Frady
The author has a great grasp of logic and philosophy. He is able to dissect the logic behind each of the arguments for evolution, unguided evolution, cosmology, multiple... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Chet Haibel