Why should we think that God exists? 

If it is possible that God exists, does that mean that God actually exists?

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Could God have created a world full of people who never sin?

How can we respond to the problem of evil?

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If God knows everything we will do before we do it, can our actions be free?

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In what way might a moral 'fall' of humanity be considered fortunate?

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Do science and religion really conflict, or does the real conflict lie elsewhere?

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If evolution and naturalism were both true, would we really know much of anything at all?

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Can you show that belief in Christianity is irrational without also showing that Christianity is false?

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Advice to Christian Philosophers - Alvin Plantinga

 

The Epistemology of Religion - Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy

Religious Epistemology - Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy

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Can belief in God be rational because of something other than arguments and evidence?

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Can belief in God be rational because of something other than arguments and evidence?

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God and Other Minds - William Rowe

 

God and Other Minds - Fiona Ellis

Is Belief in God Properly Basic - Alvin Plantinga

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If God exists and is all-powerful and all-good, why is there evil in the world?

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The Problem of Evil - Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy

 

Knowledge, Freedom and the Problem of Evil - Eleonore Stump

Recent Work on the Problem of Evil - Trent Dougherty

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