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Inter-Varsity Press Philosophy of Religion

Is there a God? What's he like? How can we experience him? Evans wrestles with these perennial questions in this accessible introduction. Join him as he examines classical arguments for God's existence; contemporary challenges to theism from sociology, psychology, and philosophy; revelation and miracles; religious pluralism; and more. 191 pages, softcover from InterVarsity.
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Date:April 23, 2013
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Phil
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A very rich and insightful book on the subject of the Philosophy or religion. Written in everyday language, this book will give you solid information on the subject. Can be useful for a college student in an introductory philosophy class, or a more seasoned reader looking to expand his or her knowledge in the area of philosophy.
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great resource

Date:November 26, 2012
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This book should be in the library of every Christian educator
as source to prove foundational truths.
John W.S. Howard,Ph.D.
President of Guilford School of Theology
Greensboro, N.C.
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Date:November 30, 2002
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Tony Castrataro
One of the best philosophy of religion books I've ever read. Goes into depth on misc subjects but is still very readable and doesn't pontificate. I highly recommend it!
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