Claremont Studies in the Philosophy of Religion
Religion in Philosophy & Theology No. 66
Edited by Ingolf Dalferth & Michael Rodgers
Distributed By Coronet Books Inc.
$117.50 Paper Original
The authors of this volume stimulate to rethink our understanding of the relationship between faith, belief and skepticism. For some, being skeptical belief 'is an oxymoron, because faith and skepticism are mutually exclusive. Others argue that there can be no true faith without skepticism. The author of the lyrics go by John Schellenberg's recent work on the possibility of, skeptical of faith '. Sometimes they respond to his thesis, partly they are continuing his argument. The essays draw on various issues, such as: How are faith and belief, faith and understanding, understanding and experience, and experience and skepticism to each other?
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