Philosophia Christi is a vibrant hub for philosophy of religion research and argumentation. If you are going to stay cutting-edge in this burgeoning field of philosophy, how can you not read this peer-review journal? Contributors like Alvin Plantinga, William Hasker, William Lane Craig, Richard Swinburne, J.P. Moreland, Charles Taliaferro, Thomas Flint, and dozens of other major players intersect in our pages, provide fruitful research, and develop influential ideas. Preview some of our past accomplishments by reviewing the table of contents of our back issues.
Vol. 14, no. 2 - Winter 2012:
Symposium on Paul Moser's Religious Epistemology
This packed issue leads with a resourceful discussion on Paul K. Moser's
religious epistemology, with contributions by Katharyn Waidler, Charles
Taliaferro, Harold Netland and a final reply by Moser. This journal contribution
not only extends interest and application of Moser's epistemology but also
compliments the EPS web project on "Christ-Shaped Philosophy".
feature interesting work in philosophical theology, including how one might
understand "friendship with Jesus" (Michael McFall), the scope of divine love
(Jordan Wessling), and how one's view of original sin relates to a broad
free-will defense (W. Paul Franks).
Other significant article
contributions address criticisms against Plantinga's conditions for warrant
(Mark Boone), the latest in cosmology and arguments for God's existence (Andrew
Loke) along with further challenges against "central state materialism" (Eric
Readers will not want to miss J.P. Moreland's critique of
Thomas Nagel's Mind and Cosmos along with the critique of Christian physicalism
by Jonathan Loose. Michael Austin provides a helpful philosophical account of
the virtue of humility in light of social science considerations, and Amos Yong
critically assesses "relational apologetics" in a global context.
Finally, this issue features book reviews by William Lane Craig, James Stump,
Paul Copan, James Bruce and Jason Cruze about books related to the latest on
science and theology, cosmology, metaethics, and ethics of abortion.