Science and Wisdom

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SCM Press, Jan 1, 2003 - Religion and science - 219 pages
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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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A collection of various discussions regarding scientific matters and matters of theology. The author spends time discussing the need for dialogue between science and theology and the dangers that come ... Read full review

Contents

Theologians and Scientists on the Way
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Creation as an Open System 3 3
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Gods SelfRestriction and the History
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