Introduction: Alvin Plantinga, God's philosopher Deane-Peter Baker; 1. Natural theology Graham Oppy; 2. Evil and Alvin Plantinga Richard M. Gale; 3. The modal metaphysics of Alvin Plantinga John Divers; 4. Natural theology and naturalist atheology: Plantinga's evolutionary argument against naturalism Ernest Sosa; 5. Two approaches to epistemic defeat Jonathan Kvanvig; 6. Plantinga's model of warranted Christian belief James Beilby; 7. Pluralism and proper function Kelly James Clark; 8. Plantinga's replacement argument Peter Van Inwagen; Appendix. Two dozen (or so) theistic arguments Alvin Plantinga.
Few thinkers have had as much impact on contemporary philosophy as has Alvin Plantinga.
Deane-Peter Baker is a Lecturer in the School of Philosophy and Ethics at the University of KwaZulu-Natal in South Africa. He has published articles on epistemology and philosophy of religion in the International Journal for Philosophy of Religion, The Heythrop Journal, and Theoria; and he is co-editor of the South African Journal of Philosophy.
"...not only do these essays provide a helpful introduction to Plantinga's work, but they also advance the ongoing discussion of Plantinga's many, varied, and important philosophical contributions in interesting and helpful ways. The collection is impressive in both its scope and its quality. It is probably the best single book about Alvin Plantinga produced to date." -Scott A. Davidson, Morehead State University, International Journal for Philosophy of Religion