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Alvin Plantinga: The Analytic Theist
- A website devoted to the philosophy of Alvin Plantinga, including papers by and about Plantinga.
American Catholic Philosophical Association Home Page
- Steeped in classical sources and cultivating the Catholic Philosophical heritage, this tradition is known for creative engagement with major philosophers of every era and bold responses to the themes and issues of contemporary philosophy.
Analytic Philosophy of Religion
- A broad range of resources (papers, links, etc.) on philosophy of religion in the analytic philosophical tradition, including religious epistemology, theistic arguments, medieval philosophy, and teaching resources and discussion groups.
Armadillo - Theology Online
- Academic theology and philosophy web directory.
- Online journal for philosophy of religion. It publishes refereed articles, literature surveys and discussion notes, as well as book reviews and bibliographies.
Baptist Association of Philosophy Teachers
- The Baptist Association of Philosophy Teachers (BAPT), organized in 1987, exists to support the teaching of philosophy on baptist campuses, to enhance the intellectual tradition of baptists, and to provide a forum for the integration of evangelical Christian faith with philosophical scholarship.
Center for Philosophy of Religion
- The Center for Philosophy of Religion at the University of Notre Dame was established in the fall of 1976 in order to promote, support and disseminate scholarly work in philosophy of religion and Christian philosophy. It promote work concerned with the traditional topics and questions - the theistic proofs, the rationality of belief in God, the problem of evil, the nature of religious language, and the like.
Christian Faith and Postmodernity
- An Index of WWW Resources, which include Web Sites, Journals and Magazines, Essays and Book Reviews.
- Internet Resources for the Study and Teaching of Theology.
Cosmology and Theology
- Deals with the cosmological argument. By John Leslie of the University of Guelph.
- COntains sections on several theologians and philosophers of religion, including online articles.
Index on Materials of Philosophy from The Urantia Book
- Developing a personal philosophy of religion.
Indian Philosophy and Religion
- Offers general information, essays on Hinduism, Religious Texts, an overview of traditional and modern Schools, and other Religions.
International Journal for Philosophy of Religion
- As an organ of no single institution or sectarian school, philosophical or religious, the Journal provides a medium for the exposition, development, and criticism of important philosophical insights and theories relevant to religion in any of its varied forms. It also provides a forum for critical, constructive, and interpretative consideration of religion from an objective philosophical point of view.
Jacques Maritain Center at University at Notredame
- J. Maritain had been coming to Notre Dame to lecture and stay for short periods of time. Father Theodore M. Hesburgh, the president of the University, friend and admirer of Maritain, wanted to make the relationship permanent. The Center was founded 1957 to ensure that the thought and spirit of Jacques Maritain would remain at Notre Dame long after those present on the happy occasion of its founding were gone.
Know Thyself Web
- Research information in the fields of philosophy and religion. Philosophy and religous news. Philosophical discussion. Religious discussion and exploration.
Library Home Page - University at California Santa Barbara
- Include different on-line works on christian philosophy.
Lux Veritatis: Dedicated to the Philosophy of the Catholic Church
- A study of Catholic philosophy, St. Thomas Aquinas, and current issues.
- Ontological arguments are arguments, for the conclusion that God exists, from premisses which are supposed to derive from some source other than observation of the world. From the Stanford Encyclopedia, by Graham Oppy.
- An argument due to Blaise Pascal for believing, or for at least taking steps to believe, in God. From the Stanford Encyclopedia, by Alan Hájek.
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