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1. Divine Action Topic: Peters, Ted. “Resurrection of the Very Embodied So...
Peters, Ted . “Resurrection of the Very Embodied Soul?" In “Resurrection of the Very Embodied Soul?” Ted Peters argues that the Christian understanding of eternal salvation is not threatened by the rejection of
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2. God, Humanity and the Cosmos Topic: The Resurrection of Jesus
Christian miracle of the resurrection of Jesus finds Peacocke and Polkinghorne close in many respects, but with differences of emphasis. Polkinghorne sees the New Testament accounts as, overall, offering a self-consistent
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3. Divine Action Topic: Resurrection
Resurrection Arbib, Michael A. “Towards a Neuroscience of the Person." Ellis, George F. R. “Intimations of Transcendence: Relations of the Mind to God." Peters, Ted.
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4. Neuroscience Topic: The Person in Jewish Thought
the expectation of bodily resurrection at the end of time. The other was the adoption of a dualist account of the person, according to which the soul survives the death of the body. Neil Gillman says: In their original form, the two
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5. Neuroscience Topic: The Person in Christian Theology
between immediate resurrection and resurrection after a period of waiting. A theological issue, then, the intermediate state concerns the relation between anthropology and the doctrine of salvation. Critics of dualism claim that it
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6. Biography: Robert John Russell
Observatory/UNP, 1993) Resurrection : Theological and Scientific Perspectives (2002) Primary research areas Creation and cosmology/evolution Divine action and the laws of nature (quantum physics, relativity,
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7. Stem Cell Topic: How a Theologian Interprets Myth
life on earth. The cross and resurrection of Jesus Christ symbolize the presence of this saving grace. In the cross we see God’s identification with the victims of human injustice or violence. In the resurrection we see God’s promise
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8. God, Humanity and the Cosmos Topic: How to Think About Providential Agency
most central of actions, the resurrection of Jesus . The first precept to note is that particular divine action cannot be discernible as such by naturalistic analysis of the world. This is axiomatic from the point of view of science ,
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9. Maddox Bibliography Topic: 7. Cosmology and Eschatology
Michael Welker, eds. Resurrection : Theological and Scientific Assessments . Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans, 2002. Polkinghorne , John & Michael Welker, eds. The End of the World and the Ends of God . Harrisburg, PA: Trinity
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10. Neuroscience Topic: The Person in Medieval Thought
teaching on the resurrection of the body, he still believed that Christian doctrine required an immortal soul to which the body would be restored at the general resurrection. Thus, he argued (and not very cogently) that Aristotle was
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