Theology for a Scientific Age: Being and Becoming - Natural and Divine (Signposts in Theology Series) ePub download
by Arthur Peacocke
- ISBN: 0631154264
- ISBN13: 978-0631154266
- ePub: 1786 kb | FB2: 1134 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Religious Studies
- Publisher: Blackwell Pub (February 1, 1991)
- Pages: 221
- Rating: 4.5/5
- Votes: 324
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Start reading Theology for a Scientific Age on your Kindle in under a minute. Theologically conservative Christians may be dismayed by a number of Peacocke’s positions; but more theologically progressive persons may find a great deal to ponder and appreciate in his books.
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In the new part three, Peacocke deals roundly with the central corpus of Christian belief for a scientific age. Excerpt. Anyone who has been at all concerned with the history of the interaction between Christian theology and the natural sciences cannot but view current controversies between the self-appointed ‘conservatives’ and the pejoratively labelled ‘liberals’ with an acute sense of déjà vu.
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No amount of superlatives can do this book justice. The marvelous thing about it is that it addresses a huge range of topics - no stone is left unturned as Peacocke sticks very close to his purpose and analyzes what today's science means for theology.
Theology for a Scientific Age impacts orthodox Christian theology in light of recent advances in the world of secular .
Theology for a Scientific Age impacts orthodox Christian theology in light of recent advances in the world of secular science such as information theory and cognitive science while showing the limitations of scientific imperialism.
Quick download ebook Theology for a scientific age for tablet - Free Books Online. Publisher: Includes bibliographical references (p. 350-432) and index. Originally published: Oxford ; Cambridge, Mass Date: 1993. Originally published: Oxford ; Cambridge, Mass. B. Blackwell, 1990, in series: Signposts in theology. Identifiers: ISBN 10: 0800627598. Paperback. Arthur Peacocke's academic and personal credentials as an explorer of the relationship between science and religion are possibly the most distinguished in this country today. -John Kerr Scientific and Medical Network Newsletter. Distinctively theological commitments are being rethought in light of scientific apprehensions of nature. Peacocke's writing is clear and his arguments interesting.
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Scientific imperialism is a term that appears to have been coined by Dr. .Theology for a Scientific Age: Being and Becoming-Natural, Divine and Human (Enl Sub e. Augsburg Fortress Publishers. Ellis T. Powell when addressing the Commonwealth Club of Canada on 8 September 1920. Philosopher of science John Dupré described it (in his 2001 book "Human Nature and the Limits of Science", p. 74) as "the tendency to push a good scientific idea far beyond the domain in which it was originally introduced, and often far beyond the domain in which it can provide much illumination. ISBN 978-0-8006-2759-1.