This bibliography was in the back of Moreland and Craig's (never sufficiently praised) Philosophical Foundations for a Christian Worldview. It introduces the reader to all of the major issues in philosophy and the best texts to read on each locus. Chapter 4: The Problem of Skepticism Slote, Michael. Reason and Scepticism (1970). Chapter 5: The Structure of Justification Audi, Robert. Epistemology: A Contemporary Introduction (1998). Hume, David. An Inquiry Concerning Human Understanding. Locke, John. An Essay Concerning Human Understanding. Chapter 6: Theories of truth and postmodernism Willard, Dallas. “How Concepts Relate the Mind to its Objects: The God’s Eye View Vindicated?” Philosophia Christi, 2nd ser., vol 1, no.2 (1999): 5-20. Chapter 7: Religious Epistemology Alston, William. Perceiving God (1991). Plantinga, Alvin. “The Foundations of Theism: A Reply.” Faith and Philosophy 3 (1986): 298-313. ------------------. Warrant: The Current Debate. ------------------. Warrant and Proper Function ------------------. Warranted Christian Belief Plantinga, Alvin, and Nicholas Wolterstorff. Faith and rationality Chapter 8: What is Metaphysics? Chisholm, Roderick. On Metaphysics (1989). Plantinga, Alvin. The Nature of Necessity (1974). van Inwagen, Peter. Metaphysics (1993). Hasker, William. Metaphysics. Chapter 9: General Ontology: Existence, Identity and Reductionism Craig, William Lane, and J. P. Moreland, eds. Naturalism: A Critical Analysis (2000). Suarez, Francis. On the various kinds of distinctions. Chapters 11 and 12: The Mind-Body Problem Kim, Jaegwon. Mind in a Physical World (1998). Moreland, J. P. and Scott Rae. Body and Soul: Human Nature and the crisis in ethics. Lowe, E.J. Philosophy of Mind (Cambridge) Swinburne, Richard. Evolution of the Soul. Chapter 13: Free Will and Determinism Fischer, John. The Metaphysics of Free Will. (1994). Kane, Robert. A Contemporary Introduction to Free Will (2005). Rowe, William. Thomas Reid on Freedom and Morality (1991). Chapter 14: Personal Identity and Life After Death Hick, John. Death and Eternal Life(1976). Chapter 15: Scientific Methodology Moreland, J. P. Christianity and the Nature of Science (1989). Chapter 16: The Realism-Antirealism Debate Chapter 17: Philosophy and the Integration of Science Chapter 18: Philosophy of Time and Space Craig, William Lane. God, Time, and Eternity: The Coherence of Theism II. -----------------------. Time and Eternity: Exploring God’s Relationship to Time. Einstein, Albert. Relativity: General and Special Theories. Chapters 19-22: Issues in Ethics Geisler, Norman. Christian Ethics: Issues and Options. Pojman, Louis. Ethics: Discovering Right from Wrong. Holmes, Arthur. Ethics Chapters 23-24: The Existence of God Barrow, John. The Anthropic Cosmological Principle. Beck, David. “The Cosmological Argument: A Current Bibliographical Appraisal.” Craig, William Lane. The Kalaam Cosmological Argument. Craig, WIlliam Lane and Quentin Smith. Theism, Atheism, and Big-Bang Cosmology. Denton, Michael. Evolution: A Theory in Crisis. Ganssle, Gregory. “Necessary Moral Truths and the Need for an Explanation.” Hackett, Stuart. Resurrection of theism. Hume, David. Dialogues Concerning Natural Religion. Martin, Michael. Atheism: A Philosophical Justification. Plantinga, Alvin. The Nature of Necessity. -----------------. The Ontological Argument. Rowe, William. “Circular Explanations, Cosmological Arguments and Sufficient Reason.” Vallicella, William. “On an Insufficient Argument Against Sufficient Reason.” Chapters 25-26: The Coherence of Theism. Adams, Robert. “Divine Necessity” Craig, William Lane. God, Time, and Eternity: The Coherence of Theism II. Creel, Richard. Divine Impassibility. Hasker, William. The Emergent Self. Helm, Paul. Divine Commands and Morality. Leftow, Brian. “God and Abstract Entities.” Molina, Luis de. On Divine Foreknowledge Nielsen, Kai. Ethics without God. Plantinga, Alvin. Does God Have a Nature? (read) --------------. “How to be an Anti-Realist.” ---------------. The Nature of Necessity. Swinburne, Richard. The Coherence of Theism. Wolterstorff, Nicholas. “Divine Simplicity.” Chapter 27: The Problem of Evil Hick, John. Evil and the God of Love Plantinga, Alvin. God, Freedom, and Evil. -----------------. The Nature of Necessity. Rowe, William. “The Problem of Evil and Some Varieties of Atheism.” Chapter 28: Creation, Providence, and Miracle Craig, William Lane. “Creation and Conservation Once More.” Freddoso, Alfred. “The Necessity of Nature.” Helm, Paul. The Providence of God. Hume, David. “Of Miracles.” Morris, Thomas. Divine and Human Action. Suarez, Francisco. On Creation, Conservation, and Concurrence. Chapter 29: Christian Doctrines (I): The Trinity (see other sources) Chapter 30: Christian Doctrines (II): The Incarnation Bayne, Tim. “The Inclusion Model of the Incarnation: Problems and Prospects.” Freddoso, Alfred. “Human Nature, Potency and the Incarnation.” Morris, Thomas. The Logic of God Incarnate.