Knowledge and Christian Belief
by Alvin Plantinga
(129 pages, $16.00, paperback)
reviewed by Graeme Hunter
Ever since the Enlightenment, religious belief of all kinds has come under close, unsympathetic scrutiny. Christianity has been the main target, of course, because it is the religion that fathered the Enlightenment, and therefore the one that must be buried before the enlightened can consider themselves free. With time, the attacks on Christianity have grown fiercer, and it is not unusual today to be warned of co . . .
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