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Interview with Clifford Williams: Existential Reasons for Belief in God

In this interview, philosopher Clifford Williams discusses his 2011 IVP Academic book, Existential Reasons for Belief in Godby detailing what he means by 'existential needs' and its importance for helping people gain confidence in God. The interview also discusses how his book contributes to other recent projects in epistemology (mostly) developed by Christian philosophers.

You can read the full-text of the interview by clicking here.

Readers might also be interested in Cliff's recent contribution to the EPS web project on "Christ-Shaped Philosophy," where he attempts to show the relevant role of the emotions in this approach to philosophy.

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