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• Brian Davies (ed), Philosophy of Religion: A Guide to the Subject (Modern Believing, 1999). • Keith Yandell, Philosophy of Religion: A Contemporary Introduction (Expository Times vol.111 no.1, 1999, p34).

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Brian Davies is Professor of Philosophy at Fordham University. His books include The Thought of Thomas Aquinas(1992), Aquinas(2002), and An Introduction to the Philosophy of Religion(3rd edn., 2004). He is the editor of Thomas Aquinas: Contemporar. More about Brian Davies

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An Introduction to the Philosophy of Religion An Introduction to the Philosophy of Religion provides a broad overview of the topics which are at the forefront of discussion in contemporary philosophy of religion. Prominent views and arguments from both historical and con-temporary authors are discussed and analyzed. The book treats all of the

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“Reader Selections” refers to Philosophy of Religion: Selected Readings “Davies” refers to An Introduction to the Philosophy of Religion Unit I: The meeting of philosophy as systematic inquiry and religion as systems of propositional assent. The dominant themes of this first section are the philosophical questions of knowledge, language

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Philosophy of Religion: A Guide and Anthology. Brian Davies. Notes on Contributors General Introduction Advice on Further Reading Part I Philosophy And Religious Belief 1 Faith and Reason in Harmony Thomas Aquinas 2 The Ethics of Belief W.K. Clifford 3 The Presumption of Atheism Antony Flew 4 Religious Belief as ‘Properly Basic’ Alvin.

Davies, Brian An Introduction to the Philosophy of Religion. (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2004) [ISBN 0-19-926347-7]. A thorough treatment of a range of topics at an introductory level. Limited consideration of non-Christian contributions to the debates. Evans, C. Stephen Philosophy of Religion: Thinking About Faith. (Illinois: InterVarsity Press,

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Jun 18, 2014  · Following a scholarly account of Thomas Aquinas’s life, Davies explores his purposes in writing the Summa Theologiae and works systematically through each of its three Parts. He also relates their contents and Aquinas’s teachings to those of other works and other thinkers both theological and philosophical. The concluding chapter considers the impact Aquinas’s best-known work has exerted.

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