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How does a Christian doctrine of Fall and Sin make sense in light of an evolutionary theory of human origins? What is reductionism in this case, and what is a possible, rational, Christian response? Evolution, Culture, and Religion Fortress, In response to the scientific presentation on the theory of evolution, we will explore two contemporary negative responses: Keith Perkins, III a specialist in biology who also has expertise in the earth sciences, will be on hand to explain scientific perspectives on the age of the earth, particularly with reference to geology and biology.

In light of Week 2's lecture and readings, does Scientific Creationism qualify as science? What is the model of relationship between science and Christianity envisioned by Creation Science? What is the view of scientific explanation envisioned by the ID movement? Van Til, et al. Eerdmans, William A. Roland Mushat Frye, ed. Is God a Creationist?

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Morris, The Genesis Flood: Week 9 Theology After Darwin. In this unit, Dr. Do what extent does the philosophy of the skeptics pose a challenge to the church? Is the Catholic response coherent in your view? Does a scientifically compatible view of divine action allow for a faithful Christian account of divine omnipotence? Why are scientists reluctant to acknowledge miracles?

What theological problems are occasioned by a theology that allows for occasional, benevolent supernatural interventions? An Introduction Fortress, Compare the terms brain, mind and soul. Where do they overlap? How do they differ? Can science speak of a soul? What does this phenomenon suggest regarding the theological idea of a human soul? Christian theologians today emphasize that the Christian understanding of human nature requires an emphasis on the notion of embodiment? What does this mean, and what are its implications for the theology and practices of the church?

Brown, et al, ed. Fortress, Warren S. Continuing the focus of the previous week, t he lecture will present observations on biblical anthropology, distinguishing biblical perspectives from the later additions of Greek thought. The lecture will conclude, after a discussion of the text, with an assessment of the book by Prof. How persuasive do you find the argument for nonreductive physicalism? Bovell Between a Just and a Knowing Faith: Pollard , by Lawrence W. Paul Santmire reviewed by Kyle K. Editorials Does Faith Contaminate Science? Polkinghorne Evolution by Natural Selection: Responding to the Work of Francisco J.

Ayala , by Chris Doran Love Actually: A Theodicy Response to Suffering in Nature. Moritz Evolution Beyond Biology: Comments and Responses , by Francisco J. Boyd and Aaron D. Cobb Perfecting not Perfect: Haught Is there an Ultimate Structure to Life? Miller Only A Theory: Miller reviewed by W. Editorial Doubt, Deception, and Dogma: Science and Religion in Film , by Joshua M. Murphy Progress with Science and Religion Issues: Book Reviews Confessions of an Alien Hunter: Domning and Monica K.

Hellwig reviewed by Joshua M.

Editorials Where's "Nature" in "Natural Law"? Book Reviews Evolutionary Creation: Haught reviewed by Derek R. Russell Physical Pointers to God's Omnipresence: Do Immanence and Transcendence Coalesce? Articles What is "Intervention"? Randall Olson and Vladimir V. Schroeder Anticipation in Spirit and Nature: A Response to Justin L. Barrett's "Is the Spell Really Broken? The Unification of Physics and Consciousness by B. Alan Wallace reviewed by Paul O.

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Editorials Launching the Ian G. Haught Darwin's Gift to Science and Religion: Commentaries and Responses , by Francisco J. Wildman Modern Science and the Interpretation of Genesis: Can We Learn from Dietrich Bonhoeffer? Dialogues Shadow Sophia in Christological Perspective: Comparative Difficulties , by James W. Hallanger Reflections on Evolutionary Theodicy: Can We Hope for the Redemption of Nature?

A physicist's perspective , by Lawrence W. Articles A new member of the family? The continuum of being, artificial intelligence, and the image of God , by Noreen Herzfeld Christ and extraterrestrial life , by Ilia Delio, O. Science, philosophy, and religion today: Some reflections , by Gennaro Auletta The creative suffering of the triune God: An evolutionary panentheistic paradigm , by Gloria L.


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Schaab Bridging math and theology: Constructing a set theoretic model of the processions and relations in the trinity , by Charles M. An Encounter between naturalists and Trans-naturalists , by Charles G. Conway God and the evangelical laboratory: Recent conservative Protestant thinking about theology and science , by Amos Yong Social and Ideological roots of "science and religion": A social-historical exploration of a Recent phenomenon , by Taede A. In tribute to Arthur R. Peacocke , by Robert John Russell. Articles Re-thinking necessity al-Darura in al-Ghazali's understanding of physical causation , by Carol L.

Bargeron The conflict over creation from a medieval point of view , by J. Sheppard Of particles and fields , by Joseph A. Is the spell really broken? Bio-psychological explanations of religion and theistic belief , by Justin L. Book Review Why Religion Matters: Putting to rest another God of the Gaps? Dialogues Divine action, compatibilism, and coherence theory: Religion and our scientific view of the natural world , by Robert M. Geraci The return of the chimera , by Ted Peters The best of possible worlds: A testable claim of choice , by William Lake Honesty about God: Theological reflections on violence in an evolutionary universe , by Charlene P.

Boyle Lectures The emergence of spirit: From complexity to anthropology to theology , by Philip Clayton Emergence in theological perspective: Dialogues Niels Henrik Gregersen's contribution to theology-and-science methodology , by Nancey Murphy Biology, directionality, and God: Quantum field theory and the Trinity , by Ernest L. Simmons Subjectivist--observing and objective--participant perspectives on the world: Kant, aquinas and quantum mechanics , by Roger Paul Why Darwin's theory of evolution deserves theological support , by Ted Peters and Martinez Hewlett Bridging science and religion in China: Editorial Who Sets the Evolution Agenda?

Articles The Complexification of Nature: Supplementing the Neo-Darwinian Paradigm? Creativity by Gordon D. Two Sides of the perception of reality , by V. Dialogue A religiously partisan science?

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There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. An Unexpected Kinship , etc. He wrote in the Introduction to this book, "many courses on science of religion have been inaugurated in colleges and universities By that I mean a single book that attempts the humble but useful task of surveying the whole intellectual scene in an even-handed manner There were scientific difficulties in the case presented by Galileo. One was the absence of stellar parallaxthe shift in the apparent position of the stars expected to result from their being viewed from different perspectives if the Earth were moving round an orbit in the course of the year.

We now know that this was not observable with seventeenth-century resources because the stars are so very distant from us. Galileo placed great emphasis on the claimed confirmatory value of his explanation of the tides. We now know that he was completely in error about this matter The quantum world must be known as it is, within the limits imposed by the uncertainty principle and not with the clarity of a Newtonian epistemology.

Nevertheless, a contemporary revival of natural theology is taking place The most we can require is an interpretation that is coherent and persuasive. Theism provides just such a response to the metaquestion of intelligibility. Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. I also think the author assumes way to much when it comes to whether or not there was a historical Fall or whether or not Christians think people in other religions will experience salvation.

His presuppositions became apparent throughout, but it would have been helpful if he had been a bit more forth right about them. One person found this helpful. Its a textbook but it somewhat boring. Covers the necessary material. A great intro to the relationship between scientific theory and theology. Polkinghorne is an expert in both fields.

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One person found this helpful 2 people found this helpful. A great read for today's Pastors and religous education personnel. For others a thought provoking bit os science to let you consider the idea that there may be a power greater then ourselves. Well worth it for seminarians. John Polkinghorne is probably the greatest writer on science and religion to date - the only truly world-class scientist who has become a theologian. This book is his 'textbook' surveying the field, discussing other authors and providing a rounded view. Everyone seriously interested in ultimate questions should read this book.

Polkinghorne explores the merging of theology and science by observing that science is necessarily involved with metaphysics. It is a good start at a rigorous effort, but it is only a start.

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Perhaps Polkinghorne cannot make a systematic combination of the two because he remains first a scientist in his thinking and a Christian in his faith. It is still a good presentation of the possible thorough union of Science and Theology. Just what I expected, good. See all 9 reviews. Most recent customer reviews.