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The Rationality of Theism

Edited by Paul Copan, Paul Moser

Routledge – 2003 – 304 pages

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Description

The Rationality of Theism is a controversial collection of brand new papers by thirteen outstanding philosophers and scholars. Its aim is to offer comprehensive theistic replies to the traditional arguments against the existence of God, offering a positive case for theism as well as rebuttals of recent influential criticisms of theism.

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' … the overall tone of the book is one of confidence, perhaps best expressed by Koons, who writes that "the evidence for theism has never been so clear and strong as it is now." This book is an excellent introduction to the arguments that give rise to that confidence.' - Religious Studies

Contents

Introduction. 1. Religious Language and Verificationism (William Alston) 2. Faith and Foundationalism (David K. Clark) 3. Cognitive Inspiration and Knowledge of God (Paul K. Moser) 4. Science and Theism: Concord, not Conflict (Robert C. Koons) 5. The Ontological Argument (Stephen T. Davis) 6. The Cosmological Argument (William Lane Craig) 7. The Teleological Argument (Robin Collins) 8. The Moral Argument (Paul Copan) 9. The Evidential Value of Religious Experience (R. Douglas Geivett) 10. The Argument from consciousness (J. P. Moreland) 11. The Argument from Miracles (Francis Beckwith) 12. The Possibility of God: the Coherence of Theism (Charles Taliaferro) 13. God and Evil (Gregory E. Ganssle)

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