- Marmara University
Rahim Acar teaches philosophy of religion at Marmara University, Faculty of Theology. He received his Ph.D. at Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations Department at Harvard University in 2002. Rahim Acar is a member of the Society for the Philosophy of Religion (Istanbul/ Turkey). His publications include Talking about God and Talking about Creation: Avicenna’s and Thomas Aquinas’ Positions (Leiden & Boston: Brill, 2005); “Avicenna's Position Concerning the Basis of the Divine Creative Action,” The Muslim World, 94/1 (2004), pp. 65-79; “Creation: Avicenna’s Metaphysical Account,” Creation and the God of Abraham içinde. Ed. David Burrell, Carlo Cogliati et alii. (Cambridge & New York: Cambridge University Press, 2010); Dinî Çoğulculuk: İdealler ve Gerçekler (Religious Pluralism: Ideals and Realities) (Ankara: Elis Yayınları, 2007); Teolojik Dilin Husûsiyeti ve Ateist Argümanların Sınırı (The Characater of Theological Language and the Limits of Atheistic Arguments) (Istanbul: 2013).