2004
Volume 56, Issue 3
  • ISSN: 2542-6583
  • E-ISSN: 2590-3268
  • oa Geloofsverantwoording in meervoud Een reactie op W. Stoker

    *Deze bijdrage is een bewerking van mijn repliek op de lezing van Wessel Stoker getiteld ‘Religieuze ervaring en geloofsverantwoording’, waarvan men de neerslag eerder in dit nummer aantreft (vgl. voor de oorspronkelijke context n. 1 van Stokers artikel). Twee van de vijf gesprekspunten die ik destijds n.a.v. zijn lezing inbracht zijn momenteel niet meer aan de orde, aangezien Stoker ze heeft ondervangen door de tekst van zijn lezing te wijzigen.

  • By G. van den Brink
  • Source: NTT Journal for Theology and the Study of Religion, Volume 56, Issue 3, Jul 2002, p. 199 - 212
  • DOI: https://doi.org/10.5117/NTT2002.3.002.BRIN
  • Language: Dutch
    • Published online: 01 Jul 2002

Abstract

Abstract

In his contribution to the present issue of this journal Wessel Stoker argues that William P. Alston’s epistemology of religious experience is inadequate, and subsequently presents an alternative way of justifying religious belief. I try to show, however, that Stoker’s four main objections against Alston’s are misguided, and that his own approach should therefore be conceived of as complementary to Alston’s rather than substitutionary. In accounting for religious belief we should not be over-restrictive, but allow for more than only one approach.

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