Theology and Christian Doctrine


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Philosophical Theology and Christian Doctrine

Exploring the Philosophy of Religion

Series editor: Michael L. Peterson, Chair of the Department of Philosophy, Asbury College

This is a series of individual volumes on classic and contemporary themes in the philosophy ofreligion. Each volume introduces, examines, and discusses the main problems and arguments related to each topic. Each book also considers some important positions of major philosophers, offers thoughtful critiques, articulates new positions, and indicates fruitful directions for further investigation.

1 Problems of Religious Diversity Paul J. Griffiths

2 The Divine Attributes Joshua Hoffman and Gary S. Rosenkrantz

3 Philosophical Theology and Christian Doctrine Brian Hebblethwaite

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Brian Hebblethwaite

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