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31. Intro Topic: Evolution
Oxford University biochemist Arthur Peacocke . Peacocke, who is now also an ordained minister in the Anglican Church, believes that evolution can even enhance understanding of the Judeo-Christian God. Whereas biblical literalists insist that
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32. Biography: Biography Index
Arthur Peacocke - Biochemist, Templeton Prize winner, and author of Theology for a Scientific Age Jaroslav Pelikan - Historian, author of The Christian
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33. Divine Action Topic: Quantum Theory
Universe." Peacocke, Arthur. “God’s Interaction with the World: The Implications of Deterministic “Chaos” and of Interconnected and Interdependent Complexity.” Peters, Ted.
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34. Divine Action Topic: Russell, Robert John. “Special Providence and Gene...
including recent works by Arthur Peacocke and John Polkinghorne . One key question is whether God acts in all quantum events (as Nancey Murphy claims) or merely in some (as Tom Tracy suggests). Another regards the problem of theodicy when God
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35. God, Humanity and the Cosmos Topic: Key Figures and Developments in the Scie...
debate to wider attention. Arthur Peacocke ’s Bampton Lectures of 1979, Creation and the World of Science still read very well, and his Theology for a Scientific Age (1993) continues to be an important text. Sir John Polkinghorne ,
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36. Maddox Bibliography Topic: 1. Broad Western Christian Engagements
Clayton, Philip & Arthur Peacocke , eds. In Whom We Live and Have Our Being: Panentheistic Reflections on God’s Presence in a Scientific World . Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans, 2004. Coleman, Richard J. Competing Truths:
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37. Resources: CTNS Recommended: Intermediate Level
ISBN: 0674193113. Peacocke , Arthur. Creation and the World of Science . (Oxford: Clarendon Press; New York: Oxford University Press, 1979). ISBN: 0198266502. ______, ed. The Sciences and Theology in the
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38. Resources: CTNS Recommended: Research Level
Nancey Murphy and Arthur Peacocke , eds. Chaos and Complexity: Scientific Perspectives on Divine Action . (Vatican City State and Berkeley, CA: Vatican Observatory and CTNS, 1995). ISBN: 0268008124. ______, Nancey
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39. Resources: Theology for a Scientific Age
for a Scientific Age Arthur Peacocke - Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 1993 - Buy Full Resource Index Next > To return to the previous topic, click on your browser's 'Back'
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40. Interview: Full Interview Index
Arthur Peacocke Jaroslav Pelikan Ted Peters Sir John Polkinghorne
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