With the death of H.G. Hubbeling, Professor of Philosophy of Religion and Ethics at the University of Groningen, the philosophical and theological communities lost an eminent scholar whose interests ranged from logic to aesthetics, from Spinoza to Wittgenstein, and from mysticism to arguments for the existence of God.
In tribute to his memory, a group of pupils and friends have written this collection of essays in order to develop the theme characteristic of his life and work: the conjunction of faith in God and the adherence to rigorous standards of rational discussion.
The contributions to the present volume deal with problems such as the personhood of God, the problem of evil, science and religion, and resurrection. Each in its own way forms an illusion of, and addresses itself to, the tensions and challenges suggested by the concepts of intellectual honesty andfaith in God, while seeking to develop new responses.
The book also contains a bibliography of professor Hubbeling’s works.
Belief in God and intellectual honesty | Ruurd Veldhuis, Andy F. Sanders, Heine J. Siebrand (eds) | 1990