Warranting Christian Belief in Afterlife

Newman Studies Journal 3 (1):12-22 (2006)
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Most people believe in an afterlife, but is such a belief warranted? While Newman did not specifically treat the doctrine of afterlife, his Grammar of Assent furnishes a trajectory that shows that Christians can believe in this doctrine with a warranted assent, precisely because the Church is a warranted belief
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