is Emeritus Nolloth Professor of the Philosophy of the Christian Religion and Emeritus Fellow of Oriel College at University of Oxford, and he is a member of the Board of Advisors for the Center on Culture and Civil Society
at the Independent Institute.
Professor Swinburne has taught at universities worldwide and has been a Fellow of the British Academy; Fereday Fellow, St. John's College, Oxford; Leverhulme Research Fellow in the History and Philosophy of Science, University of Leeds; Senior Lecturer in Philosophy, University of Hull; Visiting Associate Professor of Philosophy, University of Maryland; and Professor of Philosophy, University of Keele.
He is the author of more than 150 articles in scholarly journals and his books include Space and Time; The Concept of Miracle; An Introduction to Confirmation Theory; The Coherence of Theism; The Existence of God; Faith and Reason; Personal Identity; The Evolution of the Soul; Responsibility and Atonement; Revelation; Revelation; The Christian God; Providence and The Problem of Evil; Is There a God?; Epistemic Justification; The Resurrection of God Incarnate; Was Jesus God?; The Justification of Induction; Space, Time and Causality; Miracles
; and Bayes's Theorem