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1. Divine Action Topic: Ward, Keith. “God as a Principle of Cosmological E...
Ward, Keith . “God as a Principle of Cosmological Explanation." In his paper Keith Ward moves ‘both ways’ between theology and cosmology . He begins with a summary of the traditional doctrine of creation: God is
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2. Biography: Keith Ward
Keith Ward Keith Ward has recently been named a fellow of the British Academy. He is the Regius Professor of Divinity and head of the Faculty of Theology at the University of Oxford. A priest of the Church of England and Canon of
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3. Maddox Bibliography Topic: 1. Broad Western Christian Engagements
Rapids: Eerdmans, 2006. Ward, Keith . Religion and Creation . New York: Oxford University Press, 1996. Ward, Keith. God, Faith and the New Millennium: Christian Belief in an Age of Science . Oxford: OneWorld, 1998. Ward, Keith.
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4. God, Humanity and the Cosmos Topic: Determinism, Indeterminism and Their Imp...
given rise. So Keith Ward writes: there can only be an open future if there is a degree of indeterminism. There can only be the sort of freedom that is morally important if there is an open future, at least sometimes.
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5. God, Humanity and the Cosmos Topic: Cross-Explanatory Reductionism
are listed by Keith Ward as: that only material entities have any existence, that the universe lacks purpose or meaning, that scientific explanations are the only proper explanations. As Ward shows,
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6. God, Humanity and the Cosmos Book Section: Full Book Table of Contents
the Suffering of God - 6.6.1 Keith Ward Section B: Some resources for theological thinking on God and the world from outside the Christian tradition (6.7-6.15) 6.7 Introduction to non-Christian models - 6.8 The Gaia Hypothesis - 6.9 The
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7. Maddox Bibliography Topic: 4. Contemporary Evolutionary Biology and Divine A...
OH: Pilgrim, 1997. Ward, Keith . God, Chance and Necessity . Novata, CA: OneWorld Publications, 1997 Ward, Keith. Divine Action: Examining God’s Role in an Open and Emergent Universe . West Conshohocken, PA: Templeton
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8. Information Science Topic: Consciousness
model of space-time. Keith Ward finds arguments for the immaterial nature of mental images to be persuasive, and given this, the logical possibility that human agency may also be rooted in the immaterial. I myself am undecided, but
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9. Divine Action Topic: Quantum Theory
Quantum Chance." Ward, Keith. “God as a Principle of Cosmological Explanation." Book Series Index Next: Resurrection Email link | Printer-friendly | Feedback | Contributed by: CTNS
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10. Divine Action Topic: Free Will
Universe." Ward, Keith. “God as a Principle of Cosmological Explanation." Book Series Index Next: Natural Theology Email link | Printer-friendly | Feedback | Contributed by:
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