Sorry -- thought I'd posted an announcement on this earlier:
Baylor's 6th annual philosophy of religion conference is just around the corner (Jan. 28th). Details here.
To whet your appetite, here is the list of speakers and papers:
“Social Evil” Ted Poston
“Rawls and the Essentially Religious Temperament” David Reidy
"Compatibilism and the Complicity of Morality: A New Kind of Argument against Compatibilism" Patrick Todd
“Kant on Religion and the Hope for Human Progress” Andrew Chignell
TBA: Lara Buchak
"Don't Ask, Don't Tell: Against Conciliatory Response to Religious Disagreement” Matt Mullins
“Two-No, Three-Dogmas of Philosophical Theology” Michael Almeida
“Against Multiverse Theodicies” Bradley Monton
TBA: Robert Garcia
“Multiverses and Possible Worlds" Hugh McCann
“Plantinga’s ‘Defeat’” Ed Wierenga
“On the Importance of Being Sensitive” Steve Wykstra & Tim Perrine
“Intelligent Design Reliabilism” Peter Graham
Papers from previous conferences can be downloaded here.
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