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Title Contemporary philosophy of religion / edited by Steven M. Cahn, David Shatz.

Published New York : Oxford University Press, 1982.

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 UniM Bail  200.1 CONT    AVAILABLE
Physical description x, 310 pages ; 23 cm
Bibliography Bibliography: pages 301-310.
Contents Preface / Steven M. Cahn and David Shatz -- The problem of evil / Richard Swinburne -- Cacodaemony /Steven M. Cahn -- Suffering and evil / George N. Schlesinger -- God and forgiveness / Anne C. Minas --Omnipotence / Peter Geach -- Divine omniscience and voluntary action / Nelson Pike -- God everlasting /Nicholas Wolterstorff -- God and spacelessness / Paul Helm -- Mysticism and philosophy / Richard Gale --Mysticism and sense perception / William J. Wainwright -- On miracles / Paul J. Dietl -- Ritual and the religious feelings / Gareth Matthews -- God and human attitudes / James Rachels -- Life after death /Terence Penelhum -- The life everlasting and the bodily criterion of identity / George I. Mavrodes --Kierkegaard's arguments against objective reasoning in religion / Robert Merrihew Adams -- Pascal's wager /James Cargile -- Wittgensteinian fideism / Kai Nielsen -- Rationality and religious belief / Alvin Plantinga -- The new map of the universe of faiths / John Hick --Truth and religions / Ninian Smart.
Summary This collection of twenty-one essays brings together some of the finest recent contributions to philosophy of religion. Most of the selection appeared during the past decade and have not been reprinted previously. The author include many distinguished contemporary philosophers of religion, some sympathetic to religion, others sharply critical.
Other author Cahn, Steven M.
Shatz, David.
Subject Religion -- Philosophy.
ISBN 0195030095