Readership: Students and scholars of the philosophy of religion.
Edited by Steven M. Cahn, Professor of Philosophy, Graduate Center of the City University of New York, and David Shatz, Professor of Philosophy, Yeshiva University
"... slender but sumptuously produced ... The standard of all the contributions is high, and well worth bringing before a wider public." - The Expository Times
1: James Rachels: Must God's Commands Conform to Morality?
2: Peter Geach: Are There Limits to the Power of God?
3: Richard Swinburne: Why does God Allow Evil?
4: George N. Schlesinger: Is God Obliged to Make Us Happy?
5: Michael J. Murray: Why Does God Hide His Existence
6: Charles Taliaffero: Is God Vain?
7: Eleonore Stump: Why Does God Require Prayer?
8: Stephen T. Davis: Whom Does God Cosign to Hell?
9: Nicholas Wolterstorff: Does God Suffer
10: William Hasker: Does God Change?
11: Steven M. Cahn: Does God Know the Future?
12: John Hick: Do All Religions Worship the Same God?