The Author

Lydia McGrew is a housewife, homeschooling mother, philosopher, and blogger from Michigan. She received her PhD in English from Vanderbilt University in 1995. Since then she has published extensively in analytic philosophy, specializing in probability theory and epistemology. Her articles in epistemology and probability theory have appeared in such journals as Philosophical Studies, Acta Analytica, and the Journal of Philosophical Research. She also focuses on the application of formal epistemology to topics in the philosophy of religion. With Timothy McGrew, she co-wrote the article on the resurrection of Jesus for the Blackwell Companion to Natural Theology, and she wrote the article on historical inquiry for the Routledge Companion to Theism. She blogs at What's Wrong With the World and Extra Thoughts.

The ‘Same God’ Debate Is Too Important to Leave to Philosophers

Why you shouldn't let philosophers tell you that Muslims and Christians worship the 'same' God.