Paul K. Moser is Professor of Philosophy at Loyola University of Chicago. He is the author of Philosophy after Objectivity, The Elusive God, The Evidence for God, The Severity of God; editor of The Oxford Handbook of Epistemology, A Priori Knowledge; co-editor of Human Knowledge, 3d ed.. He is the General Editor of The Oxford Handbooks of Philosophy. He is past Editor of the American Philosophical Quarterly.
R. Douglas Geivett is Professor of Philosophy in the Talbot School of Theology at Biola University. He is the author of Evil and the Evidence for God, and co-editor of the books Contemporary Perspectives on Religious Epistemology, In Defense of Miracles, Being Good: Christian Virtues of Everyday Life, and Christian Apologists and Their Critics.
Table of Contents
1. Craig A. Evans and Jeremiah J. Johnston, The Testimony of the Spirit in Biblical Literature
2. Stephen T. Davis, An Ontology of the Spirit
3. Paul Gooch, Conscience and the Voice of God: Faithful Discernment
4. C. Stephen Evans, The Testimony of the Spirit and Moral Knowledge
5. Roger Trigg, Diversity and Spiritual Testimony
6. Malcolm Jeeves, The Testimony of the Spirit: Insights from Psychology and Neuroscience
7. Oliver Davies, Freedom, Community, and Language: Outline of a 'Neuroanthropological' Pneumatology
8. Steven R. Guthrie, Art, Beauty, and the Testimony of the Spirit
9. Elizabeth T. Groppe, 'Sighs Too Deep for Words': The Holy Spirit, Desire, and
the Name of the Incomprehensible God
10. Kevin Kinghorn and Jerry L. Walls, The Spirit and the Bride Say 'Come': Apologetics and the Witness of the Holy Spirit
11. Angus Ritchie, The Role of the Church in Discerning the Testimony of the Spirit
Bibliography on the Testimony of the Spirit