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Religious Epistemology

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Uploaded on Dec 27, 2010

http://drcraigvideos.blogspot.com - William Lane Craig considers how the philosophical study of knowledge (epistemology) illuminates the validity of religious belief. Craig assesses how evidence, pragmatism, justification and warrant relate to religious belief and provides a description and analysis of Alvin Plantiga's 'Reformed Epistemology'. Some helpful terms to know:

de facto objection

de jure objection

evidentialism

Expected Utility Principle

Falsification Principle

hiddenness of God

inner witness (or instigation) of the Holy Spirit

justification

Logical Positivism

Pascal's Wager

pragmatic argument

pragmatic justification

presumption of atheism

properly basic

sensus divinitatis

theological rationalism

truth-dependent argument

truth-independent argument

Verification Principle

warrant

A helpful pdf article: http://www.bethinking.org/truth-toler...

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