Faith and Rationality: Reason and Belief in God
Alvin Plantinga, Nicholas Wolterstorff
University of Notre Dame Press, 1983 - Philosophy - 321 pages
A collection of essays by contemporary Calvinist philosophers of religion that examine the epistemology of religious belief between Reformed and Roman Catholic philosophers.
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Abraham Kuyper adequate reason Alvin Plantinga Aquinas argument assertion assumptions atheism Barth basis belief dispositions Bultmann certainty Charles Hodge Christ Christian Christian faith claim classical foundationalism common-sense concept consider conviction course criterion deliverances of reason demonstration empty tomb epistemic epistemic practice epistemology essays evangelical event evidence evidentialist example experience facie fact faith and reason fideist foundationalist God’s existence Hodge hold human Ibid inﬂuence irrational kerygma knowledge Kuyper logical matter means mind moral natural theology Nicholas Wolterstorff nonetheless normative objection objector one’s Pannenberg argues perception perhaps person philosophers Plantinga position premises principle properly basic propositions question rational noetic structure rationally justified reality reason to cease reﬂection Reformed Reid reliable religion religious resurrection of Jesus revelation scientific Scripture seems self-evident sense someone sort suppose theist theistic belief theologian things thought tion tradition true trust unbelief unreliable W. K. Clifford Wolterstorff