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21. Information Science Topic: No Thinking Necessary?
it's understanding of a transcendent reality. A robot capable of doing this would certainly have my attention! Topic Index Next > Divine Agency Show Related Topics
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22. Divine Action Topic: Clarke, Chris. “The Histories Interpretation of Qu...
flow of events and yet transcendent , not contained in any horizon. He uses the idea of “entrainment” in quantum theory, where previous events are realized in the present, to describe divine action as top-down entrainment,
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23. Divine Action Topic: Ellis, George F. R. “Intimations of Transcendence:...
account of the nature of the transcendent. Thus, Ellis asserts the need for a channel of revelation. A major goal of this essay is to argue that a view of divine action (revelation) through the mediation of the human brain is consistent with
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24. Divine Action Topic: Ellis, George F. R. “The Theology of the Anthropic...
requires a transcendent Designer. The Anthropic Principle (AP) speaks to two questions: why do we exist at this time and place (Weak AP), and why does the universe permit evolution and our existence at any time or place
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25. Divine Action Topic: Peacocke, Arthur. “Chance and Law in Irreversible ...
other than the world, its transcendent ground of being. God is also immanent in the world, continuously creating all that is through its inbuilt evolutionary processes. These processes, revealed by the natural sciences, are in fact God’s
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26. Divine Action Topic: Russell, Robert John. “Special Providence and Gene...
life. God is both the transcendent source ex nihilo of the universe as a whole, including its sheer existence at each moment and the laws of nature, and the immanent Creator of all physical and biological complexity, acting continuously
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27. Divine Action Topic: Tracy, Thomas F. “Creation, Providence, and Quantu...
of nature without appeal to transcendent causes. On the one hand, scientific methods do not rule out divine action, and scientific findings are not inconsistent with it. Ironically, theologians from deists to liberals such as Schleiermacher ,
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28. Interview: Ron Numbers
conception of God from a transcendent being out there to a notion of God as being imminant in the world.These liberals often went to great lengths to convince the public that evolution could be harmonized with traditional religious views and
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