- A plethora of good articles on philosophy of religion can be found at Last Seminary. Also see their Science and Religion collection.
- Three papers by philosopher Michael Murray (HT: Wintery Knight): “Coercion and the Hiddenness of God“, American Philosophical Quarterly, Vol 30, 1993; “Who’s Afraid of Religion?“, Inaugural Lecture delivered March 30, 2006. Franklin and Marshall College; “Seek and You Will Find“, in God and the Philosophers. Thomas Morris, editor. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 1994.
- Victor Reppert shares some good insights on faith and evidence, in response to John Loftus.
- Alvin Plantinga and William Lane Craig debate Quentin Smith and Richard Gale on the nature of science and its relation to religion.
- Parchment & Pen highlights some of the content from Paul Copan’s latest book Is God a Moral Monster?
- C. S. Lewis “once described the giving of praise and thanks as ‘inner health made audible.’ He felt that it was the most ‘balanced and capacious minds’ who found it easiest to praise others, while it was misfits and malcontents who found it hardest to offer praise and thanks–to others or to God (Reflections on the Psalms, 94-95).” An interesting look at Lewis’s numerous thank-you notes to fans and readers at the C. S. Lewis blog.