New York, Bern, Frankfurt/M., Paris, 1992. 192 pp.
Contents: An examination of key elements of Plantinga's philosophy, including his modal ontological argument, his free will
defense, his rejection of inductive arguments from evil, and his epistemology of religious beliefs. This book distinguishes
between epistemic and metaphysical possibility, and shows how this distinction figures into the success of some parts of Plantiga's
work, and the failure or incompleteness of others.