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Coming Next in the Global Journal

The Global Journal’s Associate Editor, Dr Edward N. Martin—doubtless out of humility—rarely offers his scholarly articles to us. (Readers must go back to archived issue Vol. 1, No. 1 and Vol. 4., No. 1 for previous contributions—followed over the years by several valuable reviews.) But issue 10/3 will feature his important apologetic contribution to the philosophical Problem of Evil: “On the Impossibility of Omnimalevolence: Plantinga on Tooley’s New Evidential Argument from Evil.” This article is especially timely--treating, as it does, a recent scholarly interchange between secularist Michael Tooley and Reformed epistemologist Alvin Plantinga. Two other papers of apologetic significance will also appear in the next issue: Nicole Frazer’s critique of Marcus Borg’s “Jesus Seminar” approach to the Gospels and James Barta’s analysis of Paul Kurtz’s secular humanism.

 

 
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