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Epistemology in Philosophy of Religion  

Philip L. Quinn

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Oct 2005
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Sep 2009
This article focuses on the central problem of religious epistemology for monotheistic religions. It is divided into two main sections. The first section discusses arguments for God's ... More

Faith and Revelation  

C. Stephen Evans

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Jun 2007
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Sep 2009
The concepts of faith and revelation, though logically distinct, are related in a variety of ways. All of the great theistic religions, especially the Abrahamic faiths of Judaism, ... More

Mysticism and Religious Experience  

Jerome Gellman

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Jun 2007
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Sep 2009
In modern usage, “mysticism” refers to mystical experience and to practices, discourse, institutions, and traditions associated therewith. The term “mystical experience” enjoys a great ... More

Religious Diversity: Familiar Problems, Novel Opportunities  

Philip L. Quinn

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Jun 2007
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Sep 2009
Religious diversity is, of course, nothing new. In the West, Greek observers long ago commented on Egyptian religious beliefs and practices, and the Hebrew Bible records information about ... More

Religious Epistemology  

Nicholas Wolterstorff

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Jun 2007
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Sep 2009
Adherence to a religion, and participation therein, typically incorporate such actions as worship, prayer, meditation, self-discipline, commemorating certain persons and events, treating ... More

Religious Skepticism  

Paul K. Moser

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Sep 2008
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Sep 2009
This article examines the philosophical validity of religious skepticism. The findings indicate that there is easily generalizable support for religious skepticism about the reality of God ... More

Religious Studies and Religious Practice  

Sarah E. Fredericks

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Jan 2017
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Mar 2017
The academic study of religion uses multidisciplinary, interdisciplinary, and transdisciplinary methods because of the nature of religion and the interaction between religious practice and ... More

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