Richard Swinburne, perhaps one of the most systematic philosophers of religion since Aquinas, has emerged as one philosopher who has set the tone, style, and topics of many debates in contemporary (analytic) philosophy of religion. His style is clear and rigorous. He has interests in probability, philosophy of science, metaphysics, epistemology, and his careful approach to the issues makes him one of my favorites.
Swinburne’s own website: Own Publication List
(1961). “Three Types of Thesis About Fact and Value.” Philosophical Quarterly 11(45): pp. 301-307.
(1963). “Privacy.” Analysis 24(2): pp. 127-136.