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  1.  18
    Religion, Science, and Explanation.Gregory W. Dawes - 2012 - Ars Disputandi 12 (1):19-34.
    A recent legal ruling in the United States regarding ‘intelligent design’ argued that ID is not science because it invokes a supernatural agent. It therefore cannot be taught in public schools. But the important philosophical question is not whether ID invokes a supernatural agent; it is whether it meets the standards we expect of any explanation in the sciences. More generally, could any proposed theistic explanation – one that invokes the deity of classical theism – meet those standards? Could it (...)
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    Real Presence?Peter Drum - 2012 - Ars Disputandi 12 (1):61-65.
    In a recent Chapter, Alexander Pruss attempts to defend the traditional Christian doctrine of Eucharistic Transubstantiation. It is objected that his case is unconvincing, since it involves accidents and dispositions existing without subjects, and an inadequate account of the Eucharistic presence of Christ. It is argued that the doctrine can yet be maintained, along Aristotelian-Thomistic lines.
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    Zeit Und Sinn: Religionsphilosophie Postsäkular.Ludwig Nagl - 2012 - Ars Disputandi 12 (1):56-60.
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    Virtue Versus Piety.Annette Pitschmann - 2012 - Ars Disputandi 12 (1):11-18.
    The reference to man as animal rationale has traditionally been used to highlight rationality as marking a qualitative gap between human beings and animals. This assumption has been questioned in a similar way by the approaches of Alasdair MacIntyre and John Dewey, who agree that before we can make adequate sense of man’s rationality, we have to draw attention to animality as the common trait of human and nonhuman living beings. However, while MacIntyre takes human dependence to show ‘why human (...)
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    Thinking in Tongues: Pentecostal Contributions to Christian Philosophy.Peter Versteeg - 2012 - Ars Disputandi 12 (1):1-3.
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    Disability Theology of the Resurrection: Persisting Questions and Additional Considerations – A Response to Ryan Mullins.Amos Young - 2012 - Ars Disputandi 12 (1):4-10.
    In his recent Ars Disputandi article, ‘Some Difficulties for Amos Yong’s Disability Theology of the Resurrection,’ Ryan Mullins argues that Yong’s proposals are fundamentally misguided by Stanley Hauerwas’ dictum – which states that to ‘eliminate the disability means to eliminate the subject’ – and that therefore Yong’s disability theology of the resurrection body encounters potentially insuperable difficulties or is not sufficiently justified in the face of more traditional accounts. In response to Mullins’ criticisms, clarifications are offered with regard to both (...)
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  7. Zeit und Sinn: Religionsphilosophie postsäkular.Hans-Joachim Höhn - 2012 - Ars Disputandi 12.
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  8. Zeit Und Sinn: Religionsphilosophie Postsäkular, by Hans-Joachim Höhn. [REVIEW]Ludwig Nagl - 2012 - Ars Disputandi 12.
     
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  9. Thinking in Tongues: Pentecostal Contributions to Christian Philosophy, by James K.A. Smith. [REVIEW]Peter Versteeg - 2012 - Ars Disputandi 12.
     
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