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Contemporary Perspectives on Religious Epistemology
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"The book will prove its value by allowing both the serious student of philosophy and the novice to closely compare competing epistemic views. The format chosen by the editors has not stacked the deck towards one viewpoint. Therefore teachers from any background may profitably use the
text....Apart from philosophy of religion courses, the book is also useful for classes in epistemology, theism, and a host of others. The editors have read widely and chosen well."--Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society
"[A]n excellent volume....Scholars and students who seek guidance into recent work on the rationality of belief in God now have the volume they need. The high quality of the essays will repay careful analysis on this profound issue. It will make an excellent text for philosophy of religion
courses, and will also serve well as corollary reading in systematic theology or religion courses."--Bibliotheca Sacra
"Quite sophisticated--better suited to upper level course."--Regina Hobaugh, Holy Family College
"A book of this kind is needed....Should be a good market at the graduate and upper-class undergraduate level."--John Hick, Claremont Graduate School
"An excellent, fascinating and accessible series of recent essays. The selection and organization of the readings is almost flawless."--Stephen T. Davis, Claremont McKenna College
"Appropriate for introductory courses in philosophy of religion as well as for more advanced courses focusing more specifically on epistemology of religion."--Richard Purtill, Western Washington University
"With something old and much that is recent, this collection successfully covers the contemporary state of philosophical analysis."--Shalom Carmy, Yeshiva University
"An excellent and well-balanced collection of provocative essays for students and scholars."--Bruce R. Marino, Valley Forge Christian College
"Important collection of seminal texts on such problems as Atheism, Wittgensteinian Fideism, Nahal Theology, etc. Most appropriate for background reading in preparation for class discussion. Excellent choice of texts."--Edgar C. Polome, University of Texas at Austin
"A good and provocative collection of recent thought concerning religious belief and related issues."--Kelly Nicholson, Westminster College
About the Author
R. Douglas Geivett, Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Biola University. Brendan Sweetman, Assistant Professor of Philosophy, University of Southern California.
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