Helen De Cruz has the results of a fascinating survey on how various arguments for and against the existence of God are treated by philosophers… according to their general stance – atheist, agnostic, or theist.
Mourning John Hick: One of the Greatest Theologians of Our TimeHuffington Post (blog)He sought to merge the never-ending questioning of philosophy with the religious assumptions of theology, an endeavor, in my opinion, in which he achieved...
Alvin Plantinga, who has led a movement of unapologetically Christian philosophers, argues that theism is compatible with science in his new book, ???Where the Conflict Really Lies: Science, Religion and Naturalism.?
Analyzing why I disagreed with my opponents during conversations, I realized that ,seldom, it was different interests; more often it was different meanings of words. Imagine dialog between two peop...
Via Dr. Susan Bainbridge
Philosophy | Chattering classes here in the U.S. have recently been absorbed in discussions that dance around, but never quite address, a question that cuts to the heart of (RT @arkarthick: When does human life begin?
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