Philosophy of Religion Selected Readings

ISBN-10: 0195393597
ISBN-13: 9780195393590
Edition: 4th 2010
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List price: $76.95
Edition: 4th
Copyright year: 2010
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Publication date: 12/4/2009
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 624
Size: 7.25" wide x 9.00" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 2.552
Language: English

William Hasker (Ph.D., University of Edinburgh) is professor emeritus of philosophy at Huntington College in Huntington, Indiana. His books include Metaphysics: Constructing a World View; God, Time, and Knowledge; Reason and Religious Belief (with Michael Peterson, David Basinger and Bruce Reichenbach); The Openness of God (with Clark Pinnock, Richard Rice, John Sanders and David Basinger); Philosophy of Religion: Selected Readings (edited with Michael Peterson, David Basinger and Bruce Reichenbach); The Emergent Self; Middle Knowledge: Theory and Applications (edited with David Basinger and Eef Dekker) and Providence, Evil and the Openness of God.

Bruce R. Reichenbach (Ph.D. Northwestern University) is a professor of philosophy at Augsburg College in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He has also been a visiting professor at Juniata College, Daystar University in Kenya and Morija Theological Seminary in Lesotho. He is the author or coauthor of a number books, including Introduction to Critical Thinking, On Behalf of God: A Christian Ethic for Biology (coauthored with V. Elving Anderson) and Evil and a Good God.

David Basinger is professor of philosophy and ethics at Roberts Wesleyan College in Rochester, New York. He is the author of Divine Power in Process Theism (SUNY) and joint author of the books Reason and Religious Belief: An Introduction to the Philosophy of Religion (Oxford) and Religious Diversity: A Philosophical Assessment (Ashgate).

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Each Part ends with Suggested Readings
Introduction: Exploring the Philosophy of Religion
The Nature Of Religion
* An Evolutionary Account of Religion
* Buddhist Nonrealism
A Defense of Religious Realism
The Meaning of Religious Beliefs Is in Their Use
Religious Experience
Religious Experiences
Religious Experience as the Root of Religion
Religious Experience as Perception of God
Religious Experiences as Interpretative Accounts
Critique of Religious Experience
A Phenomenological Account of Religious Experience
Faith And Reason
The Harmony of Reason and Revelation
The Wager
The Ethics of Belief
The Will to Believe
Truth Is Subjectivity
Critical Dialog in Philosophy of Religion
The Divine Attributes
God's Necessary Existence
Negative Theology
God Is Omnipotent
Some Puzzles Concerning Omnipotence
Divine Omniscience and Voluntary Action
God Is Timeless Boethius
God Is Everlasting
Atman Is Brahman The Upanishads
Arguments About God's Existence
The Classical Ontological Argument
Critique of Anselm's Argument, Gaunilo
A Contemporary Modal Version of the Ontological Argument
The Classical Cosmological Argument
The Cosmological Argument
The Kalam Cosmological Argument
Critique of the Cosmological Argument
The Analogical Teleological Argument
* Critique of the Analogical Teleological Argument
The Anthropic Teleological Argument
Moral Arguments for God's Existence
Knowing God Without Arguments
The Reformed Objection to Natural Theology
Experience, Proper Basicality, and Belief in God
The Case of the Intellectually Sophisticated Theist
The Problem Of Evil
Evil Makes a Strong Case against God's Existence
* Best of All Possible Worlds Theodicy
Evil and Omnipotence
The Free Will Defense
Soul-Making Theodicy
The Evidential Argument from Evil
Horrendous Evil and God
Divine Action
Providence--Risky or Risk-Free?
Middle Knowledge and Classical Christian Thought
An Objection to Middle Knowledge
The Vulnerability of God
God Is Creative-Responsive Love
Religious Language
The Doctrine of Analogy
The Falsification Debate
Religious Language as Symbolic
Sexism and God-Talk
Speaking Literally of God
Miracles
* Is It Possible to Know that Jesus Was Raised from the Dead?
The Evidence for Miracles Is Weak
Miracles and Testimony
Miracles and Historical Evidence
Life After Death
The Soul Survives and Functions after Death
The Soul Needs a Brain to Continue to Function
Problems with Accounts of Life after Death
Resurrection of the Person
* Buddhist View of Rebirth, Anonymous
Rebirth
Religion And Science
Two Separate Domains
Science Discredits Religion
* Reinstating Design within Science
* At the Mercy of Chance?
* The Universe as Creation
* Reflections on the Intelligent Design Debate
Religious Diversity
Buddhism and Other Religions
The Uniqueness of Religious Doctrines
Religious Inclusivism
Religious Pluralism
Religion And Morality
Which God Ought We to Obey?
Ethics and Natural Law
Ethics Without Religion
Glossary

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