Office of the Dean

David Basinger, Ph.D.
Professor of Philosophy

Ph.D. (Philosophy), University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 1975

M.A. (Philosophy), University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 1974

B.A., Bellevue College, 1972

B.A., Grace College, 1969

Specialty Areas:
Applied ethics; Bioethics; Business Ethics; Philosophy of Religion

Current Research Interests:

Philosophy of Religion

Selected Publications/Presentations:

  • Reason and Religious Belief:  An Introduction to the Philosophy of Religion, 5th edition (New York:  Oxford Press, 2012).
  • Religious Diversity: A Philosophical Assessment (Ashgate Press, 2002).
  • The Case For Freewill Theism, (InterVarsity Press, 1996).
  • “Miracles: Definition,” inThe Cambridge Companion to Miracles, ed., Graham Twelftree (Cambridge Press, 2011).
  • “Religious Diversity in Public Education,” inThe Oxford Handbook of Religious Diversity, ed., Chat Meister (Oxford Press, 2010).