Part I: Religious Experience and Knowledge:.
1. The Epistemology of Religious Experience: William E. Mann.
2. Religion and Science: John Polkinghorne.
3. Reformed Epistemolog: René van Woudenberg.
4. Religious Pluralism: Joseph Runzo.
5. Religious Exclusivism: Harold Netland.
Part II: The Existence of God:.
6. The Cosmological Argument: William Lane Craig.
7. The Teleological Argument: Robin Collins.
8. The Ontological Argument: Graham Oppy.
9. The Moral Argument: Paul Copan.
10. The Evidential Argument from Evil: Paul Draper.
11. A Naturalistic Account of the Universe: Quentin Smith.
Part III: The Nature and Attributes of God:.
12. The Coherence of Theism: Charles Taliaferro.
13. The Impossibility of God?: Robin Le Poidevin.
14. God, Time, and Freedom: Katherin A. Rogers.
15. Divine Hiddenness, Death, and Meaning: Paul K. Moser.
Part IV: Emerging Themes:.
16. Continental Philosophy of Religion: Bruce Ellis Benson.
17. Eastern Philosophy of Religion: Gavin Flood.
18. Feminist Philosophy of Religion: Pamela Sue Anderson.
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