J, Science and Providence, (London:
SPCK, 1989) pp18-21 - see also God,
Humanity and the Cosmos, p215-16. The difficulty is illustrated by the fact
that Sallie McFague, one of the most eloquent exponents of the embodiment
image, is able to give no account of divine action, beyond some vague talk of
spirit. She describes her model as
being agential-organic (McFague, S, The
Body of God (London: SCM Press, 1993) pp140f), but the aspect in which God
is thought of as agent is never given substance.
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