Table of contents for God and the reach of reason : C.S. Lewis, David Hume, and Bertrand Russell / Erik J. Wielenberg.

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Table of Contents
1. The Love of God and the Suffering of Humanity
1.1 The Problem
1.2 Hume's Presentation of the Problem
1.3 Lewis's Attempt to Solve the Problem
1.3.1 Introduction
1.3.2 Divine Omnipotence
1.3.3 Divine Goodness and Human Happiness
1.3.4 God's Three Uses of Pain
1.4 The Case of Ivan Ilyich
1.5 The Incompleteness of Lewis's Solution
1.6 Conclusion
2. Beyond Nature
2.1 Introduction
2.2 The Moral Argument
2.2.1 Lewis's Presentation of the Argument
2.2.2 Russell's Objection
2.2.3 Lewis's Attack on Dualism
2.2.4 Godless Objective Morality
2.3 The Argument from Reason
2.4 The Argument from Desire
2.5 Conclusion
3. Miracles
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Debating Miracles in the 18th Century
3.3 A Preliminary Skirmish
3.4 Hume's Main Assault
3.5 Lewis's Counter-Attack
3.6 The Fitness of the Incarnation
3.7 Lewis's Mitigated Victory and the Trilemma
3.8 Conclusion
4. Faith, Design, and True Religion
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Faith
4.2.1 Lewis and Russell on Faith
4.2.2 Christian Obstinacy
4.2.3 Hume and Evidentialism
4.3 Design
4.3.1 Hume on Design
4.3.2 Lewis on Design
4.3.3 Russell on Design
4.4 True Religion
4.4.1 Hume: True Religion and Sick Men's Dreams
4.4.2 Lewis and Russell: True Religion as the Conquest of Selfishness
4.4.3 Lewis on Disputes about Dogma and the Separation of Church and State

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Philosophical theology.
Lewis, C. S. (Clive Staples), 1898-1963.
Hume, David.
Russell, Bertrand, 1872-1970.