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1. Information Science Topic: The World as God’s Body
What we have instead is pure immanence. While many thinkers, including Newton, have wondered if the Mind-Body interaction was a useful analogy for the God-World interaction, it seems to me that the problems are increasing in number.
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2. Divine Action Topic: Stoeger, William R.. “Describing God’s Action...
and the ideas of divine immanence and transcendence . Stoeger uses the term ‘law’ in the context of both physical processes and free human actions to mean any pattern, regularity, process, or relationship, and its description.
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3. Divine Action Topic: Edwards, Denis. “Original Sin and Saving Grace in ...
finds the pattern for divine immanence in creation in the story of Jesus: the universe is directed toward inclusive love for all, particularly the oppressed. As Edwards sees it, her “Christic paradigm” extends God’s liberating,
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4. Ecology Topic: H. Paul Santmire's The Travail of Nature: The Ambiguous Ecolo...
motif stresses the immanence of God as the power of life itself, which is a presence in nature, humanity, and the rest of the cosmos . As Santmire states, the term "ecological" in ecological motif is meant to express the
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5. God, Humanity and the Cosmos Topic: Peacocke and Polkinghorne Compared
wants to stress divine immanence . The creativity of the world, of which biology is so eloquent, is for him a sign of the divine omnipresence. And Peacocke is willing to consider a range of metaphors for God in relation to the world (see
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6. God, Humanity and the Cosmos Topic: Peacocke and Polkinghorne: Comparison of...
emphases on divine immanence , whole-part causation, and God as the ultimate boundary condition (see Peacocke’s view of divine action ). Granted, Polkinghorne still wants to speak of the ontological openness of non-linear systems,
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