The British Society for the Philosophy of Religion

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The British Society for the Philosophy of Religion (registered charity 1027548) was founded in 1993 and is the United Kingdom's main forum for the interchange of ideas in the philosophy of religion. The current president is Stephen R. L. Clark of the University of Liverpool.

The Society holds a major conference in Britain every other year, devoted to a particular area of the subject.

Series advisory board[edit]

  • Professor Robin Le Poidevin
  • Dr Andrew Moore
  • Dr Yujin Nagasawa
  • Dr Christopher Hamilton
  • Dr Oliver Crisp
  • Dr John Taylor
  • Dr Taylor
  • Professor John Cottingham
  • Professor Brian Leftow
  • Professor Richard Swinburne
  • Professor Roger Trigg

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References[edit]

  1. ^ ashgate retrieved 17/09/2011

External links[edit]