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On the Purported Superiority of Gethsemane Epistemology

by Aaron Preston

As part of the ongoing discussion at the "Christ-Shaped Philosophy" web project, in this paper I explore the purported superiority of Moser’s Gethsemane epistemology to alternatives like natural theology.

The topic is worthwhile in its own right, but also because it is closely related to the worry that Moser’s vision for Christian philosophy is unduly narrow.

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