Talk about God is often the source of controversy. Theists and atheists are equally passionate when making their stand for or against belief in God.
In this book a wide range of philosophers of religion have come together to discuss how serious talk about God ought to be conducted for theists and atheists alike in what should be their common pursuit for truth. The essays both address methodological questions and provide a range of concrete samples of serious God-talk, spanning from political religion and classical proofs of God's existence to the problem of evil.
Asle Eikrem is Associate Professor of Systematic Theology at MF Norwegian School of Theology, Oslo, Norway.
Atle Ottesen Svik is Professor of Systematic Theology at MF Norwegian School of Theology, Oslo, Norway.