James Kraft has a fascinating new paper out in the online philosophy of religion journal, Ars Disputandi. He brings the currently-hot topics of epistemological contextualism and the epistemology of disagreement to bear on the problem of reasonable religious disagreement. I can see these two epistemological topics (epistemological contextualism and the epistemology of disagreement) becoming "hot" applications in philosophy of religion. Indeed, I just read that Dean Zimmerman recently organized a conference on the epistemology of disagreement and religious epistemology. And of course we've already seen Richard Feldman's recent contribution on this score.
Update: Here's another paper from Kraft on the same topic.