Review of Metaphysics 50 (4):910-910 (1997)

Paul Copan
Marquette University (PhD)
Religious philosophers are individuals who "claim to have found that the most fundamental of... realities is spiritual". As they have made a remarkable show of strength in the past couple of decades, University of Notre Dame philosopher Thomas Morris has asked a number of "active, creative, theistic philosophers" to write an essay "from the heart", reflecting the compatibility of faith and reason.
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