Contemporary Debates in Philosophy of Religion

Blackwell Pub. (2004)
Abstract
Is evil evidence against belief in God? -- Does divine hiddenness justify atheism? -- Does science discredit religion? -- Is God's existence the best explanation of the universe? -- Does religious experience justify religious belief? -- Is it rational for Christians to believe in the Resurrection? -- Can only one religion be true? -- Does God take risks in governing the world? -- Does God respond to petitionary prayer? -- Is eternal damnation compatible with the Christian concept of God? -- Is morality based on God's commands? -- Should a Christian be a mind-body dualist?
Keywords Religion Philosophy  Christianity Philosophy
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Call number BL51.C63682 2004
ISBN(s) 0631200436   0631200428   9780631200437
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