Science and Wisdom
In this volume, Jurgen Moltmann explores the existential questions and explicit theological concerns raised by modern science, at a time when theology is widely regarded as insignificant. The issues he discusses include: the theological dimension of science; the meaning of "creation"; traditional ideas about the end of the universe, alongside eschatological theology; the concept of time and eternity; God and space; bioethics; social Darwinism; and science and wisdom.
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