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Vol. 9, no. 2 - Winter 2007:
Symposium: D. Z. Phillips on God, Evil, and Contemporary Philosophy of Religion
In this issue, Gary Habermas offers a review
essay of Antony Flew's saliently titled book, There is a God: How the world's
most notorious atheist changed his mind. We also feature a symposium on the
recent work of the late D.Z. Phillips, with contributions by Charles Taliaferro,
Brendan Sweetman, David Basinger, and R. Douglas Geivett, along with a response
by Phillips. Other important contributions are offered by R. Scott Smith ("Plantinga's
Externalism, Intentionality, and Our Knowledge of Reality") and Michael D.
Robinson ("Does God Know Best?"). In addition, Keith Wyma, R.J. Snell, Peter
Williams, Troy Nunley, and John Cooper all contribute unique articles or notes.