God and Contemporary Science
This text is part of the Edinburgh Studies in Constructive Theology series, which aims to provide a dialogue between the history of Western theological traditions and the contemporary interpretative context. Intended for those with no particular historical or theological training, it guides students through the core theological issues, searching out common ground by surveying the classic works of the theological tradition.
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Can theology still make universal claims?
THE GOD WHO ACTS TOWARDS A BIBLICAL
The worlds relation to God
First implications for a theology of nature
What Theologians Can
The Presumption of Naturalism
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