Contemporary Debates in Philosophy of Religion

ISBN-10: 0631200436
ISBN-13: 9780631200437
Edition: 2003
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Description: This text offers not only an analysis of spirituality and theology in the eras of their united activity, but also a hermeneutic for the theological appropriation of spirituality and a sustained argument for the renewal of mystical theology.

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List price: $54.95
Copyright year: 2003
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
Publication date: 12/12/2003
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 368
Size: 7.00" wide x 10.00" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 1.540
Language: English

This text offers not only an analysis of spirituality and theology in the eras of their united activity, but also a hermeneutic for the theological appropriation of spirituality and a sustained argument for the renewal of mystical theology.

Notes on Contributors
Preface
Attacks on Religious Belief
Is Evil Evidence against Belief in God?
Evil Is Evidence against Theistic Belief
Evil Does Not Make Atheism More Reasonable than Theism
Reply to Howard-Snyder and Bergmann
Reply to Rowe
Does Divine Hiddenness Justify Atheism?
Divine Hiddenness Justifies Atheism
Divine Hiddenness Does Not Justify Atheism
Reply to Moser
Reply to Schellenberg
Does Science Discredit Religion?
Science Discredits Religion
The Demise of Religion: Greatly Exaggerated Reports from the Science/Religion "Wars"
Reply to Ratzsch
Reply to Worrall
Arguments for Religious Belief
Is God's Existence the Best Explanation of the Universe?
Explanation and the Cosmological Argument
Why Traditional Cosmological Arguments Don't Work, and a Sketch of a New One that Does
Reply to Gale
Reply to Reichenbach
Does Religious Experience Justify Religious Belief?
Religious Experience Justifies Religious Belief
Do Mystics See God?
Reply to Fales
Reply to Alston
Is It Rational for Christians to Believe in the Resurrection?
It Is Rational to Believe in the Resurrection
It Is Not Rational to Believe in the Resurrection
Reply to Martin
Reply to Davis
Issues Within Religion
Can Only One Religion Be True?
How to Sink in Cognitive Quicksand: Nuancing Religious Pluralism
It Is Not Reasonable to Believe that Only One Religion Is True
Reply to Byrne
Reply to Yandell
Does God Take Risks in Governing the World?
God Takes Risks
God Does Not Take Risks
Reply to Helm
Reply to Hasker
Does God Respond to Petitionary Prayer?
God Responds to Prayer
God Does Not Necessarily Respond to Prayer
Reply to Basinger
Reply to Murray
Is Eternal Damnation Compatible with the Christian Concept of God?
Eternal Hell and the Christian Concept of God
No Hell
Reply to Talbott
Reply to Walls
Is Morality Based on God's Commands?
Divine Commands Are the Foundation of Morality
Ethics Is Based on Natural Law
Reply to Boyd and VanArragon
Reply to Idziak
Should a Christian Be a Mind-Body Dualist?
Christians Should Affirm Mind-Body Dualism
Christians Should Reject Mind-Body Dualism
Reply to Baker
Reply to Zimmerman
Index

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