In contemporary philosophy of religion, there has been heated debate about whether the diversity of mutually exclusive religious beliefs is a good reason to give up any form of religious exclusivism -Christian exclusivism for instance. On one hand, Christian exclusivists defend the truth of Christian beliefs; on the other hand the opponents of Christian belief base their criticism upon religious diversity and disagreement. Kim defends Christian belief and Alvin Plantinga's version of Reformed Epistemology.
|Publisher:||The Lutterworth Press|
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About the Author
Joseph Kim is Executive Vice-President of CBI Japan in Nagoya, Japan. He is an alumnus of Trinity International University, Harvard Business School, and Arizona State University where he received his PhD in Philosophy.