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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Diller, Kevin, 1971- author.
Theology's epistemological dilemma
|Named Person:||Karl Barth; Alvin Plantinga; Karl Barth; Alvin Plantinga|
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
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|Description:||1 online resource|
|Contents:||What Is the Epistemic Problem? --
Barth's Theology of Revelation: for Us and for Our Salvation --
Barth's Engagement with Philosophy: a Theo-foundational Epistemology --
Plantinga's Christian Philosophizing and Warrant --
Plantinga's Epistemology of Christian Belief: the Warrant of Revelation --
Summarizing Interlude: the Unified Barth/Plantinga Approach to Christian Theological Epistemology --
Theology and Reason: Natural Theology and the Reformed Objection --
Faith and Revelation: What Constitutes a Genuine Human Knowledge of God? --
Scripture and Theology: Warrant and Normativity of Scripture?
|Series Title:||Strategic initiatives in evangelical theology.|
|Responsibility:||Kevin Diller ; foreword by Alvin Plantinga.|
Karl Barth and Alvin Plantinga are not thought of as theological allies. Barth is famous for his opposition to philosophy's role in theology, while Plantinga is famous for his emphasis on warranted belief. Kevin Diller argues that they actually offer a unified response to the central epistemological dilemma in theology.
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