Paths from Science Towards God: The End of All Our Exploring

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Oneworld Publications, 2001 - Religion - 198 pages
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By applying the principles of scientific thought to theological matters,rthur Peacocke argues that the divine principle is at work behind allspects of existence - both spiritual and physical. This study tacklesead-on such fundamental issues as how evolution can be reconciled withreation, and the relationship between Newton, causality and divine action.e concludes with an optimistic new theology for our brave new world,

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User Review  - Mark - Goodreads

Pretty readable attempt to do science and theology with integrity. Not encyclopedic, more a personal point of view regarding approaches and specific questions the author considered most important ... Read full review

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User Review  - Todd Schirm - Goodreads

Don't waste time w/this book. The author talks a lot, yet doesn't say much. I can save you some time & tell you what I learned. (1) Panentheism is the belief that the universe is inside of God. (2 ... Read full review

Contents

Genesis for the third millennium
1
Science and the future of theology
18
Theology at the crossroads
30
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About the author (2001)

Peacocke worked in the field of physical biochemistry for over 25 years and is a Priest and Canon in the Church of England, and until recently was Director of the Ian Ramsey Centre for the Study of Science and Religion at Oxford University.

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