Pantheists in spite of themselves : God and infinity in contemporary theology
The apostle Paul warned believers to be wary of deceptive philosophy, and many Christians have taken this admonition to mean avoiding any involvement with the subject. What, though, is the proper relationship between philosophy and theology? How can philosophy contribute to theology? In addition, how can philosophy help believers understand core doctrines of the Christian faith? James Beilby and some of the leading Christian philosophers of the twenty-first century address and answer these questions in For Faith and Clarity.
For faith and clarity : philosophical contributions to Christian theology
Religious Thought, Theology and Philosophy of Religion
Craig, William Lane (2006). Pantheists in spite of themselves : God and infinity in contemporary theology. For faith and clarity : philosophical contributions to Christian theology. pp. 135-156. Grand Rapids: Baker Academic.