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1. Interview: 'Faith and Reason' Transcript
and in the crucifixion, and incarnation of Christ, and all that stuff, which of course has nothing whatever to do with the fundamental constants of physics, which is what these physicists are talking about. FATHER COYNE: I believe that the God
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2. Divine Action Topic: Edwards, Denis. “Original Sin and Saving Grace in ...
with creatures. The Incarnation and the Cross point to a conception of God related to natural selection through unthinkable vulnerability and self-limitation. The God of natural selection is thus the liberating, healing, and inclusive God
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3. Evolution Topic: Seeking an Open Inquiry
message of the incarnation is that even when the Artist himself entered his creation, its interlocking systems of thought and power not only failed to recognize him, but also despised him. No disrespect intended, but in a sense
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4. Divine Action Topic: Moltmann, Jurgen. “Reflections on Chaos and God...
models: creation and incarnation . Here God creates by a process of self-limitation (or tzitzum ). The limitation on God’s omnipresence creates a habitation for the world; the limitation on God’s omniscience provides the world
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5. Divine Action Topic: Hefner, Philip. “Biocultural Evolution: A Clue to ...
depths is divine love. The Incarnation and the sacraments are pivotal theological affirmations that nature is capable of being an instrument of God’s will and purpose. In Jesus Christ we discover both the normative image of God and the
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6. Maddox Bibliography Topic: 1. Broad Western Christian Engagements
C. The God of Nature: Incarnation and Contemporary Science . Minneapolis, MN: Fortress, 2007. Küng, Hans. The Beginning of All Things: Science and Religion . Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2007. McGrath , Alister E. The Science of
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7. Neuroscience Topic: The Person in Greek Thought
not exist eternally before incarnation , as it does for Plato. In contrast to Plato, the Greek philosoher Aristotle thought of the soul not so much as an entity, but more as a life principle--the aspect of the person that provides the powers
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8. Divine Action Topic: Edwards, Denis. “The Discovery of Chaos and the Re...
divine actions, such as the incarnation , the Holy Spirit, and divine providence. Edwards explores these questions by assessing the views of John Polkinghorne and Arthur Peacocke . He finds both significant agreements as well as some
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9. Divine Action Topic: Peters, Ted. “The Trinity In and Beyond Time."
Trinity, through creation, incarnation , spiration and consummation, could be seen as bringing the history of creation into the life of God. Book Series Index Next: Polkinghorne, John. “The Laws of Nature and the Laws of
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10. God, Humanity and the Cosmos Topic: The Virginal Conception of Jesus
from the doctrine of the incarnation .’ Whereas John Polkinghorne, without concerning himself too much with the biological details, considers that ‘the dual origin of the X and Y chromosomes ... seems a possible physical
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