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Reason and the Christian religion : essays in honour of Richard Swinburne

Author: Richard Swinburne; Alan G Padgett
Publisher: Oxford : Clarendon Press ; Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1994.
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Philosophers from Britain and America unite to honour Professor Richard Swinburne with a collection of essays applying analytical methods to topics in the philosophy of religion.

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Named Person: Richard Swinburne; Richard Swinburne; Richard Swinburne
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Richard Swinburne; Alan G Padgett
ISBN: 0198240422 9780198240426
OCLC Number: 30700385
Description: xiii, 362 p. : port. ; 22 cm.
Contents: Intellectual autobiography / Richard Swinburne --
pt. 1. Faith and reason. Swinburne on faith and belief / William P. Alston --
Swinburne's argument from religious experience / Richard M. Gale --
Mystical perception : St. Teresa, William Alston, and the broadminded atheist / Norman Kretzmann --
The nature of reason : Locke, Swinburne, and Edwards / William J. Wainwright --
pt. 2. Revelation. Did revelation cease / David Brown --
The communication of divine revelation / Brian Hebblethwaite --
Revelation and Biblical exegesis : Augustine, Aquinas, and Swinburne / Eleonore Stump --
pt. 3. Trinity and incarnation. Not by confusion of substance, but by unity of person / Peter van Inwagen --
Neither confounding the persons nor dividing the substance / C.J.F. Williams --
pt. 4. Atonement. Is the doctrine of the atonement a mistake? / John Hick --
Reflections on the atonement / J.R. Lucas --
Swinburne on guilt, atonement, and Christion redemption / Philip L. Quinn --
pt. 5. Theological anthropology. Body and soul : physical properties and Cartesian mind / Rom Harré --
The problem of evil : a deontological perspective / David McNaughton.
Responsibility: edited by Alan G. Padgett.
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This Festschrift for Richard Swinburne brings vividly home the sea-change that philosophy of religion has undergone since the 1960s. Brian Leftow, International Philosophical Review In the limited Read more...

 
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