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Published by Seabury Press in New York, NY .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Religion -- Philosophy.

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementBasil Mitchell
SeriesPhilosophy of religion series
Classifications
LC ClassificationsBL"51"M57
The Physical Object
Paginationv, 180 p
Number of Pages180
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21169755M
ISBN 100816411522
LC Control Number73-17904
OCLC/WorldCa790269

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LibraryThing Review User Review - tspringer - LibraryThing. If you picked up Basil Mitchell’s book, The Justification of Religious Belief (), you might think that you stumbled upon a book about the Reformation.3/5(1). In Religious Experience, Justification, and History, Bagger clearly outlines his project in the first chapter, which also serves as the contends that, the “traditional avenues” in the defense of theism being in disrepute, religious philosophers and theologians now try to justify religious belief, rationally, with reference to individual experience and its concomitant deep. Reasonable Faith: Intellectual Virtues & Justification of Religious Belief. 2, likes 3 talking about this. This book will explore a virtue-theoretic approach, i.e., the stress on the role of Followers: K. In this book Michael Martin provides logical reasons for being an atheist. Carefully examining the current debate in Anglo-American analytic philosophy regarding God's existence, Martin presents a comprehensive critique of the arguments for the existence of God and a defense of arguments against the existence of God, showing in detail their relevance to atheism.4/5(4).

No book has had as much influence in destroying the New Testament conception of justification among English-speaking readers as that of J. H. Newman, Lectures on Justification, , 3rd edition, , which contains some of the finest passages in religious literature (pp. , , ), but which was so sympathetic to the Catholic view.   page note 1 Even if S's belief that he hears the voice of God were immediately justified by his sense-data experience, it does not follow that a belief in God's existence is immediately justified. This latter belief would be justified on the basis of the first-mentioned belief via entailment. Thus in this case belief in God's existence receives some of its warrant from Cited by: 5.   The Wisdom to Doubt is the second book in John Schellenberg's trilogy on philosophy of religion, the first being his Prolegomena to a Philosophy of Religion, which was published in , and the third being his The Will to Imagine: A Justification of Skeptical Religion, which is the Prolegomena, Schellenberg tries to put philosophy of religion and Author: Paul Draper. His other major works in the philosophy of law and of religion include the edited anthology Faith and Logic (), Law, Morality and Religion in a Secular Society (), which was a contribution to the debate over law and morality between H. L. A. Hart and Patrick Devlin, The Justification of Religious Belief (), his Sarum Lectures Faith.