Vol. 16, no. 1 - Summer 2014:
The Summer 2014 contributions tackle some leading discussions in religious
phenomenology, philosophical anthropology, theistic modal realism,
four-dimensionalism and postmodern perspectivalism.
Greg Jesson's lead
article, "The Husserlian Roots of Dallas Willard's Philosophical and Religious
Works," offers both a handy primer on the late great Dallas Willard's framework
and also helps to advance further discussions between his work and Husseralian
studies. As an effort to extend the discussion on "Ramified Natural Theology"
(see 15:2 issue of Philosophia Christi), Joshua Farris offers a "reappraisal and
appreciation of Cartesian natural theology."
The rest of the issue
includes Brendan Sweetman's interaction with D.Z. Phillips's view of Christian
belief, immortality and the resurrection, while Walter Schultz, W. David Beck,
Max Andrews offer different nuances to discussions about theistic modal realism
(both of the Plantinginian and Thomistic variety). The articles by R.T. Mullins
and Kenneth Hochstetter also extend discussions about four-dimensionalism and
the challenges it faces by Christian theism.
The Summer 2014 issue is
filled with many more fine articles, philosophical notes and book reviews,
addressing issues of historical theological concern and contemporary
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