|Editore: Urbaniana University Press||Collana: Studia|
|pp. 224||ISBN: 978-88-401-9029-7|
|Prezzo: € 22.00|
Richard Swinburne is without doubt one of the most powerful forces to reckon with in contemporary Philosophy of Religion. Whenever his name is mentioned, what immediately comes to mind is his declared philosophical project of rigorously defending the rationality of the Christian faith. This work attempts to streamline Swinburne’s thought on the reasonableness of the Christian faith and to illuminate a good understanding of his arguments in its favour. Moreover, summoning his claims to the tribunal of reason, it considers the plausibility of his arguments to see whether Swinburne has really achieved for the Christian faith the type of rational demonstration he envisaged.