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1. God, Humanity and the Cosmos Topic: Peacocke and Polkinghorne Compared
in their two approaches to panentheism : Polkinghorne remains suspicious of the concept. His theology holds the world at a distance from God, stressing divine transcendence . His God seems always in some sense an operator on the
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2. God, Humanity and the Cosmos Topic: Peacocke’s View of Divine Action
but it is the strength of panentheism that it can offer such a telling metaphor. Thomas Tracy also takes Peacocke to task for stretching a concept too far - he points out that the examples of ‘top-down’ causation we know about
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3. Divine Action Topic: Clayton, Philip. “Tracing the Lines: Constraint an...
both classical theism and panentheism . Theism asserts that the world as it appears to us is real and that it has its origin in an ultimate principle called spirit. The divine spirit is an active principle in this world and is in many ways
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4. Divine Action Topic: Clarke, Chris. “The Histories Interpretation of Qu...
pantheism , but coheres with panentheism and with a view of divinity embodied in the world as suggested by the second mahavakya of the Upanishads. Book Series Index Next: Clayton, Philip. “Tracing the Lines: Constraint and
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5. God, Humanity and the Cosmos Book Section: Full Book Table of Contents
- 6.6 Recurrent Motifs: Panentheism and 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
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