One problem with Alvin Plantinga’s “if I feel it strongly in my heart it must be true” Reformed Epistemology, aka Bill Craig’s Holy Spirit Epistemology, is that lots of religions could claim the same thing.
Here’s a bibliography of papers that explore versions of Reformed Epistemology in non-Christian religions.
- Christian, Rose Ann. “Plantinga, Epistemic Permissiveness, and Metaphysical Pluralism” in Religious Studies 28:4 (1992). [Advaita Vedanta]
- Silver, David. “Religious experience and the facts of religious pluralism” in International Journal for
Philosophy of Religion 49 (2001).
- Vogelstein, Eric. “Religious pluralism and justified Christian belief: a reply to Silver” in International Journal for Philosophy of Religion 55 (2004).
- Tien, David W. “Warranted Neo-Confucian Belief: Religious Pluralism and the Affections in the Epistemologies of Wang Yangming [1472-1529] and Alvin Plantinga” in International Journal for Philosophy of Religion 55:1 (2004). [Neo-Confucianism]
- Clark, Kelly James & Zongkun, Liu. “The Polished Mirror: Reflections on Natural Knowledge of the Way in Zhuangzi and Alvin Plantinga” in Chinese Philosophy in an Era of Globalization (2004). [Chang Tzu]
- Plantinga, Alvin. “Reflections On ‘The Polished Mirror’” in Chinese Philosophy in an Era of Globalization (2004). [Chang Tzu]
- Baldwin, Erik. “Could the Extended Aquinas/Calvin Model Defeat Basic Christian Belief?” in Philosophia Christi 8:2 (2006). [Judaism, Islam, Hinduism]
- Baldwin, Erik & Thune, Michael. “The Epistemological Limits of Experience-Based Exclusive Religious Belief” in Religious Studies 44 (2008). [pluralism in general]
- Baldwin, Erik. “On the Prospects of an Islamic Externalist Account of Warrant” in Classic Issues in Islamic Philosophy and Theology Today (2010). [Islam]