Notes on Contributors Fiona Ellis: Introduction 1: John Cottingham: Transcending Science: Humane Models of Religious Understanding 2: Fiona Ellis: Religious Understanding, Naturalism, and Theory 3: Edward Kanterian: Naturalism, Involved Philosophy, and the Human Predicament 4: David McPherson: Transfiguring Love 5: Clare Carlisle: Habit, Practice, Grace: Towards a Philosophy of Religious Life 6: Mark Wynn: Aesthetic Goods and the Nature of Religious Understanding 7: Kyle Scott: Religious Knowledge versus Religious Understanding 8: Silvia Jonas: Modal Structuralism and Theism 9: Eleonore Stump: Theology and the Knowledge of Persons 10: Keith Ward: Religious Understanding in a Contemporary Global Context 11: Charles Taliaferro: Love and Philosophy of Religion: Lessons from the Cambridge Platonists
Fiona Ellis is Professor of Philosophy at the University of Roehampton and Director of the Centre for Philosophy of Religion at Heythrop College, University of London. She has published on a wide variety of subjects including the philosophy of love and desire, nature and naturalism, and the relation between philosophy and theology. She is the author of God, Value, and Nature (Oxford University Press, 2014).
The book, in my view, achieves its aim, and is an excellent
starting point for one who is interested in all the rich diversity
that philosophy of religion has to offer. * Rory Lawrence Phillips,
University College London, Religious Studies Review *
[a] multi-faceted symposium * Neil Spurway, ESSSAT News & Reviews *
Superbly edited by Fiona Ellis * Rt Revd Dr John Saxbee, Church Times *