Michael J. Murray

...is a Christian theist who does interesting work in philosophy of religion. You can read most of his articles by going to his department webpage. I especially look forward to his two forthcoming books he lists there. He looks to be working seriously on two key worries for theism that go back to at least Hume: (i) the problem of animal suffering, and (ii) naturalistic accounts of the nature and causes of religious belief.

P.S., it's worth reading his exchange with William Dembski on Dembski's intelligent design stuff, here and here.

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