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Philosophy of Religion: Reader and Guide
~William Lane Craig
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Media: Paperback
ISBN/ASIN : 0748614621
Manufacturer : Edinburgh University Press
Release data : 20 November, 2001

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    1 star1 star1 star1 starNo star    A great book covering important philosophical issues

    This is a great collection of essays by some of the leading Christian (and also some atheist) philosophers, covering a wide range of topics that are of great importance for a thinking Christian. I found some of the more difficult essays perhaps a little bit too challenging to read (Plantinga's "On Ockham's Way Out" and Flint's & Freddosso's "Maximal Power" in particular), but for the most part I found the contents of this book interesting and enlightening. Especially the section on the Problem of Evil was excellent. I might have wished a little more detailed discussion of the theistic arguments. For example, Hackett's essay on the Axiological argument was only 6 pages long. (This was the shortest essay in the book, many others were much longer, to be sure.) But on the other hand, this is understandable, because it's not possible to discuss so many topics very comprehensively in one book. I found the lists of suggested further reading useful, but would have liked a little more detailed topical index. All in all, this book is certainly worth buying and I recommend it for the students of issues on philosophy of religion and for interested laypersons as well.

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