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God, Reason and Religions
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David Burrell takes up the question of the relation between reason, faith and analogical language and Merold Westphal explores the postmodern critique of metaphysics and religion. The last two essays are concerned with the issue of religious pluralism. Philip Quinn analyzes John Hick's and William Alston's approach to religious diversity and argues for an approach which does not impugn the rationality of those who lean towards thicker religious phenomenologies and thinner theologies. Robert Neville argues for a new and comparative approach to the philosophy of religion which takes into account our increased knowledge of the major religious faiths. The book also includes a twenty-five year index of articles and reviews published in the International Journal for Philosophy of Religion.
God, Reason and Religions was published by Springer in October 2012. The ISBN for God, Reason and Religions is 9789401041867.
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|Publisher||Springer (October 2012)|
|Edition||Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1995|
|Number of Pages||232|
|Page last updated||19th January 2018|