International Journal for Philosophy of Religion

(The median citation count of International Journal for Philosophy of Religion is 0. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 500 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-09-01 to 2023-09-01.)
Is a good god logically possible?14
Faith and resilience8
The fruitful death of modal collapse arguments7
Existential inertia and the Aristotelian proof7
God’s place in the world5
Is a good god logically possible? James P. Sterba, Palgrave Macmillan, 2019, XI and 209 pp, $29.99 (paper)5
Pascal, Pascalberg, and friends4
Kant’s coherent theory of the highest good4
Mysticism without concepts4
Methodological naturalism in the sciences4
Narrative philosophy of religion: apologetic and pluralistic orientations4
Grounding, infinite regress, and the thomistic cosmological argument2
Unamuno on making oneself indispensable and having the strength to long for immortality2
God hidden from God: on theodicy, dereliction, and human suffering2
Evil and the god of indifference2
Who’s right about rights?2
Crossroads of forgiveness: a transcendent understanding of forgiveness in Kierkegaard’s religious writings and immanent account of forgiveness in contemporary secular and Christian ethics2
An epistemological challenge to ontological bruteness1
Classical theism and the multiverse1
Fitting prepositional gratitude to god is metaphysically impossible1
God* does not exist: a novel logical problem of evil1
The modal problem of creatio ex nihilo1
The Ontology of the Offense: Rowan Williams and Johannes Climacus on Christology and Ontology1
Fluctuating maximal God1
Moral knowledge and the existence of god1
A defense of modal appearances1
Five problems for the moral consensus about sins1
Power to forgive: interpersonal forgiveness from an analytical perspective on power1
How to make the problem of divine hiddenness worse1
The ineffability of God1
Satisfactory accounts of divine creation1
Preemption and a counterfactual analysis of divine causation1
Whiteness and religious experience1
Evil and divine sovereignty1
Analyzing Sterba’s argument1
After Pascal’s Wager: on religious belief, regulated and rationally held1
Mechanized analysis of Anselm’s modal ontological argument1
A path to authenticity: Kierkegaard and Dostoevsky on existential transformation1
A place for God: deconstructing love with Kierkegaard1
The aloneness argument: an aspectival response1
Voices of madness in Foucault and Kierkegaard1
Religious conversion, philosophy, and social science0
“Resuscitating the Common Consent Argument for Theism”0
The creation objection against timelessness fails0
Supernaturalist analytic existentialism: Critical notice of Clifford Williams’ Religion and the meaning of life0
Metaphors, religious language and linguistic expressibility0
Not a Body: the Catalyst of St. Augustine’s Intellectual Conversion in the Books of the Platonists0
Is there a problem of creatio ex nihilo? A reply to Pao-Shen Ho0
Why truthmaker theory cannot save divine simplicity0
Editorial preface0
God’s absolute immutability vis-a-vis his real relation with the world0
Moral Normativity: Naturalism vs. Theism0
Resurrecting van Inwagen’s simulacrum: a defense0
Revealing the counterfactuals: molinism, stubbornness, and deception0
Perfecting agents0
Correction to: Maximal possessiveness: A serious flaw in the evil God challenge0
Editorial preface0
Artistic beauty and religious sublimity in literature: a Levinasian reproach of estheticism in light of Kant’s third Critique0
The demonstrative use of names, and the divine-name co-reference debate0
Simon Kittle and Georg Gasser, eds. The Divine Nature: personal and A-Personal perspectives. New York: Routledge, 2022. Viii + 347pp. $170.00 (hc), $39.71 (ebook)0
Introduction to the symposium0
Editorial preface0
Critical notice of Christopher J. Insole: Kant and the Divine: from contemplation to the Moral Law (Oxford University Press, 2020)0
Editorial preface0
God, suffering, and the value of free will. Laura W. Ekstrom. Oxford University Press, 2021. 248 pp., $99.95 (hc.)0
Adamson, Avicenna and God’s knowledge of particulars0
Editorial Preface0
The Axiological Status of Theism and Other Worldviews, by Kirk Lougheed. Palgrave-Macmillan, 2020, 279 pp, $109.99 (hb)0
Soul-making and social progress0
Fission theories of Original Guilt0
A reason for apatheism0
Neo-Cartesianism and the expanded problem of animal suffering0
Counting to infinity, successive addition, and the length of the past0
Toward an inclusive conception of eternity0
Malebranche on Space, Time, and Divine Simplicity0
Adam Graves: The Phenomenology of Revelation in Heidegger, Marion, and Ricoeur0
Clare Carlisle: Spinoza’s Religion: a New Reading of the Ethics. Princeton University Press, 2021, 288 pp, $29.95 (hc)0
A Radical Pluralist Philosophy of Religion: Cross-Cultural, Multireligious, Interdisciplinary. Mikel Burley. Bloomsbury, 2020. 245pp., $26.95 (pb.)0
Christian physicalism and the biblical argument for dualism0
Editorial preface0
Future truth and freedom0
Faith overcoming metaphysics: Gianni Vattimo and Thomas Aquinas on being0
Matthew Benton and Jonathan Kvanvig, eds., Religious Disagreement and Pluralism. Oxford University Press, 2022, 304 pp., $85.00 (hc)0
Second-personal theodicy: coming to know why God permits suffering by coming to know God himself0
Editorial preface0
Yujin Nagasawa: Maximal god: a new defense of perfect being theism0
Analytic Theology and the academic study of Religion, by William Wood. Oxford University Press, 2021. 299 pages, $100.00 (hb)0
W. P. Franks: Explaining evil: four views0
Editorial preface0
Atemporalism and dependence0
Analytic Theology and the academic study of Religion, by William Wood. Oxford University Press, 2021. 299 pages, $100.00 (hb)0
The premortalist free will defense0
Correction to: A crucial distinctive author contact information0
Minding creation: theological panpsychism and the doctrine of creation0
Reason and Faith: Themes from Richard Swinburne0
Prolegomena to a Buddhist philosophy of religion0
Randy Ramal: On philosophy, intelligibility, and the ordinary: going the bloody hard way0
Editorial preface0
Are cosmological arguments good arguments?0
Modern orthodoxy and morality: an uneasy partnership0
Unamuno and the Makropulos Debate0
God, existence, and fictional objects: the Case for Meinongian theism0
Jerome Yehuda Gellman: Perfect goodness and the god of the Jews: a contemporary jewish theology0
Interpreting the probabilities in Plantinga’s evolutionary argument against naturalism0
Images of natural evil0
Kant’s religious ethics: the ineluctable link between morality and theism0
Survival, freedom, urge and the absolute: on an antinomy in the subject0
Divine hiddenness and the problem of no greater goods0
Editorial preface0
Maximal possessiveness: A serious flaw in the evil God challenge0
Andrew Loke’s indirect defence of the successive addition argument0
A crucial distinctive author contact information0
What is merit, that it can be transferred?0
God and gratuitous evil: Between the rock and the hard place0
Faith: intention to form theistic beliefs0
Editorial preface0
Editorial Preface0
Voices from the edge: Centring marginalized perspectives in analytic theology, edited by Michelle Panchuk and Michael Rea, Oxford University Press, 2020, 236 pp, $80.00 (hb)0
The problem of the unknown attributes0
The two parts of Kant’s moral religion0
The Principles of Judaism. Samuel Lebens. Oxford University press, 2020, xiii and 331 pp, $100 (hb.)0
Purpose in the Universe: the Moral and metaphysical case for Ananthropocentric Purposivism, by Timothy Mulgan. Oxford University Press, 2015. 435 pp. $100 (hb), $31.95 (pb)0
The problem of arbitrary requirements: an abrahamic perspective0
Is it wrong for God to create persons? A response to Monaghan0
Editorial preface0
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Reconsidering the Alien Doctor Analogy: a challenge to skeptical theism0
Non-accidental piety: reliable reasoning and modally robust adherence to the divine will0
Editorial preface0
John-Mark L. Miravalle: God, existence, and fictional objects: the case for meinongian theism0
‘Everybody would agree’ – a novel Wittgensteinian approach to philosophy of religion0
What could Jesus do?0
Narratives & spiritual meaning-making in mental disorder0
Editorial preface0
Game theory and omniscience0
Is expressivism theologically acceptable?0
Why all classical theists should believe in physical premotions, but it doesn’t really matter (for freedom)0
Are the psychophysical laws fine-tuned?0
Contra Tooley: divine foreknowledge is possible0
Editorial preface0
Reason, revelation, and devotion: inference and argument in religion. William Wainwright. Cambridge University Press, 2016, 203 pp., $27.99 (paper)0
Editorial Preface0
Divine foreknowledge and human free will: Embracing the paradox0
Poetry and revelation: for a phenomenology of religious poetry0
Why the debunking threat won’t go away0
Adams’ theory of goodness as Godlikeness amended0
Evil and maximal greatness0
Progressive atheism: how moral evolution changes the god debate0
Editorial Preface0
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The evolutionary argument against naturalism: a Wittgensteinian response0
Elucidating open theism0
Editorial preface0
An inexplicably good argument for causal finitism0
Swami Medhananda, Swami Vivekananda’s Vedantic Cosmopolitanism. Oxford University Press, 2022, 412 + ix pp. $99.00 (hc)0
Love and Self-Sacrifice: Kierkegaard, Maimonides and the Poor Spouse Predicament0
Descartes on intellectual joy and the intellectual love of god0
A New Moral Argument for the existence of God0
J. L. Schellenberg: Religion after Science: The Cultural Consequences of Religious Immaturity0
Leland Royce Harper: Multiverse deism: shifting perspectives of God and the world0
Sylvia Walsh Perkins (editor): Truth is subjectivity: kierkegaard and political theology.0