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In the wake of the Lutheran‐Catholic Joint Declaration on Justification, this essay attempts to explore ecumenical convergences in the writings of Thomas Aquinas and Martin Luther on the question of justification. Specifically, this essay takes the recent Finnish uncovering of the theme of...
In the first section I present a disagreement between a number of scholars (including T.H. Huxley, G.J. Romanes, George C. Williams and Holmes Rolston) concerning the goodness, indifference, evil or even wickedness both of nature and of nonhuman creatures. Section 2 examines and rejects the...
Philosophical theologians have in recent years revived and cast in sophisticated form a non‐theodical approach to defeating probabilistic arguments from evil. In this article I consider and reject the claim that their emphasis on the epistemic gap separating us from God entails a radical form of...
It has sometimes been claimed that the perceived badness of an act can in some circumstances, or for some agents, be a reason for performing it. The present paper challenges this claim, arguing that it is hard to make sense of the idea that a negative evaluation of an action can provide an...
Book reviewed in this article: Ian Markham's, Critical Realism
Books reviewed: Victor H. Matthews, Bernard M. Levinson and Tikva Frymer‐Kensky (eds), Gender and Law in the Hebrew Bible and the Ancient Near East Neil Asher Silberman and David B. Small, The Archaeology of Israel: Constructing the Past, Interpreting the Present Erich S. Gruen, Heritage and...
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