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William L. Rowe on Philosophy of Religion: Selected Writings (Ashgate…

by William L. Rowe

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William Rowe is one of the thinkers in contemporary philosophy of religion. This title aims to bring together Rowe's contributions to the philosophy of religion. It provides discussions on topics ranging from philosophical theology of Paul Tillich, and the problem of evil, to life after death, and religious pluralism..… (more)
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William Rowe is one of the thinkers in contemporary philosophy of religion. This title aims to bring together Rowe's contributions to the philosophy of religion. It provides discussions on topics ranging from philosophical theology of Paul Tillich, and the problem of evil, to life after death, and religious pluralism..

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