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1. Stem Cell Topic: Spiritual and Religious Contexts
are not God. Humans lack omniscience and our pursuits are often tainted by selfishness. With regard to stem cell research, this suggests the need to be cautious in pursuing the promise of this research and to strive to anticipate and minimize
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2. Divine Action Topic: Polkinghorne, John. “The Laws of Nature and the La...
an emptying of God’s omniscience . But God is “ready for the future,” being able to bring about the eschatological fulfillment even if by way of contingent processes. Book Series Index Next: Russell, Robert John.
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3. Genetics Topic: Are We Asking Our Scientists to Play God?
science a kind of omniscience that we do not in fact have. Or, to refine it a bit: “playing God” means we confuse the knowledge we do have with the wisdom to decide how to use it. Frequently lacking this wisdom, we falsely
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4. Divine Action Topic: Moltmann, Jurgen. “Reflections on Chaos and God...
the limitation on God’s omniscience provides the world with an open future. God’s self-limitation allows God to be present within the world without destroying it. Moltmann believes this model is the most inclusive of the five.
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5. God, Humanity and the Cosmos Topic: Process Models of Divine Action
through the atemporal omniscience of God’s action and b) executes its purpose by being the particular primary cause behind secondary causes, and yet allegedly c) still allows creatures their freedom. (see neo-Thomist views of divine
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