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A Companion to Philosophy of Religion, Second Edition

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A Companion to Philosophy of Religion, Second Edition
A Companion to Philosophy of Religion, Second Edition By
2010 | 764 Pages | ISBN: 1405163577 | PDF | 8 MB
In 85 new and updated essays, this comprehensive volume provides an authoritative guide to the philosophy of religion. Includes contributions from established philosophers and rising stars 22 new entries have now been added, and all material from the previous edition has been updated and reorganized Broad coverage spans the areas of world religions, theism, atheism, , the problem of evil, science and religion, and ethics Content: Chapter 1 Hinduism (pages 3-12): Jonardon GaneriChapter 2 Buddhism (pages 13-22): Paul J. GriffithsChapter 3 Chinese Confucianism and Daoism (pages 23-33): Chad HansenChapter 4 African Religions from a Philosophical Point of View (pages 34-43): Kwasi WireduChapter 5 Judaism (pages 44-58): Lenn E. GoodmanChapter 6 Christianity (pages 59-66): William J. WainwrightChapter 7 Philosophy in the Islamic Context (pages 67-80): Aziz A. Esmail and Azim A. NanjiChapter 8 Ancient Philosophical Theology (pages 81-90): Kevin L. FlanneryChapter 9 The Christian Contribution to Medieval Philosophical Theology (pages 91-98): Scott MacdonaldChapter 10 The Islamic Contribution to Medieval Philosophical Theology (pages 99-105): David BurrellChapter 11 The Jewish Contribution to Medieval Philosophical Theology (pages 106-113): Tamar RudavskyChapter 12 Early Modern Philosophical Theology on the Continent (pages 114-123): Derk PereboomChapter 13 Early Modern Philosophical Theology in Great Britain (pages 124-132): Geoffrey GorhamChapter 14 The Emergence of Modern Philosophy of Religion (pages 133-140): Merold WestphalChapter 15 American Pragmatism (pages 141-150): Nancy FrankenberryChapter 16 Personalism (pages 151-158): Patricia A. SayreChapter 17 Process Theology (pages 159-166): David Ray GriffinChapter 18 Phenomenology and Existentialism (pages 167-175): Merold WestphalChapter 19 Wittgenstein (pages 176-188): John HymanChapter 20 Thomism (pages 189-195): Ralph McInernyChapter 21 Natural Theology (pages 196-203): Brian HebblethwaiteChapter 22 The Reformed Tradition (pages 204-209): Nicholas WolterstorffChapter 23 The Jewish Tradition (pages 210-216): Robert GibbsChapter 24 The Christian East (pages 217-224): Paul ValliereChapter 25 Perfect Being Theology (pages 225-234): Mark Owen WebbChapter 26 Holiness (pages 235-242): Jacqueline MarinaChapter 27 Omnipotence (pages 243-250): Joshua Hoffman and Gary RosenkrantzChapter 28 Omniscience (pages 251-257): George I. MavrodesChapter 29 Omnipresence (pages 258-262): Edward R. WierengaChapter 30 Goodness (pages 263-269): Paul HelmChapter 31 Simplicity (pages 270-277): Eleonore StumpChapter 32 Eternity (pages 278-284): Brian LeftowChapter 33 Necessity (pages 285-291): William E. MannChapter 34 Incorporeality (pages 292-299): Charles TaliaferroChapter 35 Beauty (pages 300-307): Patrick SherryChapter 36 Divine Action (pages 308-314): Thomas F. TracyChapter 37 Creation and Conservation (pages 315-321): Hugh J. McCannChapter 38 Immutability and Impassibility (pages 322-328): Richard E. CreelChapter 39 Providence (pages 329-336): Thomas P. FlintChapter 40 Pantheism (pages 337-347): Michael LevineChapter 41 Religious Language (pages 348-356): Janet SoskiceChapter 42 Ontological Arguments (pages 357-367): Peter van InwagenChapter 43 Cosmological Arguments (pages 368-374): William L. RoweChapter 44 Teleological and Design Arguments (pages 375-384): Laura L. GarciaChapter 45 Moral Arguments (pages 385-391): C. Stephen EvansChapter 46 Arguments from Consciousness and Free Will (pages 392-397): Stewart GoetzChapter 47 Miracles (pages 398-404): George N. SchlesingerChapter 48 Religious Experience (pages 405-413): Keith E. YandellChapter 49 Cumulative Cases (pages 414-424): Paul DraperChapter 50 Pragmatic Arguments (pages 425-433): Jeffrey JordanChapter 51 Tradition (pages 434-440): Basil MitchellChapter 52 Fideism (pages 441-447): Terence PenelhumChapter 53 The Presumption of Atheism (pages 449-457): Antony FlewChapter 54 The Verificationist Challenge (pages 458-466): Michael MartinChapter 55 Theism and Incoherence (pages 467-473): Michael MartinChapter 56 Foreknowledge and Human Freedom (pages 474-481): Linda ZagzebskiChapter 57 The Problem of No Best World (pages 482-490): Klaas J. KraayChapter 58 The Logical Problem of Evil (pages 491-499): Michael L. PetersonChapter 59 The Evidential Problem of Evil (pages 500-508): Graham OppyChapter 60 Divine Hiddenness (pages 509-518): J. L. SchellenbergChapter 61 Naturalistic Explanations of Theistic Belief (pages 519-525): Kai NielsenChapter 62 Historical Perspectives on Religion and Science (pages 527-538): John Hedley BrookeChapter 63 Theism and Physical Cosmology (pages 539-547): William Lane CraigChapter 64 Theism and Evolutionary Biology (pages 548-556): William HaskerChapter 65 Theism and the Scientific Understanding of the Mind (pages 557-565): Robert AudiChapter 66 Theism and Technology (pages 566-573): Frederick FerreChapter 67 The Ethics of Religious Commitment (pages 575-584): Samantha CorteChapter 68 Divine Command Ethics (pages 585-592): Janine Marie IdziakChapter 69 Natural Law Ethics (pages 593-597): Robert P. GeorgeChapter 70 Religion, Law, and Politics (pages 598-605): Paul J. WeithmanChapter 71 Theism and Toleration (pages 606-613): Edward LangerakChapter 72 Sin and Original Sin (pages 614-621): Philip L. QuinnChapter 73 Atonement, Justification, and Sanctification (pages 622-629): John E. HareChapter 74 Resurrection, Heaven, and Hell (pages 630-638): Jonathan L. KvanvigChapter 75 Reincarnation and Karma (pages 639-647): Paul ReasonerChapter 76 Theological Realism and Antirealism (pages 649-658): Roger TriggChapter 77 Wittgensteinian Philosophy of Religion (pages 659-666): John H. WhittakerChapter 78 Continental Philosophy of Religion (pages 667-673): John D. CaputoChapter 79 Reformed Epistemology (pages 674-680): Alvin PlantingaChapter 80 Evidentialism (pages 681-688): Richard SwinburneChapter 81 Feminism (pages 689-694): Sarah CoakleyChapter 82 Philosophical Reflection on Revelation and Scripture (pages 695-701): William J. AbrahamChapter 83 Philosophical Reflection on Mysticism (pages 702-709): Anthony Novak PerovichChapter 84 Religious Pluralism (pages 710-717): John HickChapter 85 Comparative Philosophy of Religion (pages 718-723): Paul J. Griffiths





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