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In defense of natural theology : a post-Humean assessment / edited by James F. Sennett and Douglas Groothuis. [print]

Contributor(s): Sennett, James F, 1955- | Groothuis, Douglas R, 1957-Material type: TextTextPublication details: Downers Grove, Illinois : InterVarsity Press, [(c)2005. Description: 336 pages ; 23 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 0830827676Subject(s): Religion -- PhilosophyLOC classification: B1499.I534 2005B1499.R45.G876.I534 2005Online resources: Table of contents Table of contents COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission:
Contents:
Introduction Hume's legacy and natural theology James F. Sennett and Douglas Groothuis Part 1. Hume on natural theology Hume's criticisms of natural theology Terence Penelhum In praise of Hume : what's right about Hume's attacks on natural theology Todd M. Furman David Hume on meaning, verification and natural theology Keith Yandell Hume's stopper and the natural theology project James F. Sennett Part 2. Hume and the arguments Metaphysical implications of cosmological arguments : exorcising the ghost of Hume Douglas Groothuis Hume and the Kalam cosmological argument Garrett J. De Weese and Joshua Rasmussen Giving the devil his due : teleological arguments after Hume James D. Madden Hume, fine-tuning and the "who designed God?" objection Robin Collins Hume and the moral argument Paul Copan David Hume, experimental evidence and belief in God Keith Yandell The argument from reason and Hume's legacy Victor Reppert Hume and the argument from consciousness J.P. Moreland David Hume and a cumulative case argument R. Douglas Geivett.
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Introduction Hume's legacy and natural theology James F. Sennett and Douglas Groothuis Part 1. Hume on natural theology Hume's criticisms of natural theology Terence Penelhum In praise of Hume : what's right about Hume's attacks on natural theology Todd M. Furman David Hume on meaning, verification and natural theology Keith Yandell Hume's stopper and the natural theology project James F. Sennett Part 2. Hume and the arguments Metaphysical implications of cosmological arguments : exorcising the ghost of Hume Douglas Groothuis Hume and the Kalam cosmological argument Garrett J. De Weese and Joshua Rasmussen Giving the devil his due : teleological arguments after Hume James D. Madden Hume, fine-tuning and the "who designed God?" objection Robin Collins Hume and the moral argument Paul Copan David Hume, experimental evidence and belief in God Keith Yandell The argument from reason and Hume's legacy Victor Reppert Hume and the argument from consciousness J.P. Moreland David Hume and a cumulative case argument R. Douglas Geivett.

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