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Philosophy and the Christian Faith

Philosophy and the Christian Faith

Edited by Thomas V. Morris

In Philosophy and the Christian Faith, Thomas V. Morris brings together prominent contemporary philosophers to examine a number of doctrines central to traditional Christian theology. The essays straddle a complete spectrum of topics such as original sin, salvation, the Trinity, and eschatological pragmatism, all to the end of launching new philosophical research into the foundational ideas of Christian faith. The perspectives peculiar to Christianity on human nature and the reality of God richly reward this philosophic investigation.

ISBN: 978-0-268-01571-8
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Publication Year: 1988

“Morris presents a variety of philosophical arguments, some of them simply stated . . . others are more complex. . . . William P. Alston, Nicholas Wolterstorff, Marilyn McCord Adams and others show how promising philosophy of religion, directed to Christian claims, has again become.” — The Christian Century

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Edited by Thomas V. Morris

 Philosophy and the Christian Faith
Paper Edition

In Philosophy and the Christian Faith, Thomas V. Morris brings together prominent contemporary philosophers to examine a number of doctrines central to traditional Christian theology. The essays straddle a complete spectrum of topics such as original sin, salvation, the Trinity, and eschatological pragmatism, all to the end of launching new philosophical research into the foundational ideas of Christian faith. The perspectives peculiar to Christianity on human nature and the reality of God richly reward this philosophic investigation.

ISBN: 978-0-268-01571-8

0 pages

“Morris presents a variety of philosophical arguments, some of them simply stated . . . others are more complex. . . . William P. Alston, Nicholas Wolterstorff, Marilyn McCord Adams and others show how promising philosophy of religion, directed to Christian claims, has again become.” — The Christian Century

Notre Dame Studies in the Philosophy of Religion