Epistemics of Divine Reality investigates the question "What do knowledge claims of God involve?" It is a philosophical analysis of the epistemic dynamics and foundations of religious philosophies and theological interpretations. Through complex and strong philosophical arguments it unravels the epistemic dynamics behind views such as Grecian monism, Upanisadic advaitism, pantheism, panentheism, polytheism, and logical positivism. It also surveys the fideistic traditions such as Kierkegaardian existentialism, neo-orthodoxy, foundationalism, and rational fideism, and argues for the epistemic method of rational fideism. The book chiefly investigates the rational, the empirical, and the fideistic epistemics of divine reality.
This book was originally the PhD thesis of the writer submitted to ACTS Academy in 2007.