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1. Neuroscience Topic: Dreams and Dreaming: Neuroscientific and Religious Visions
He studied under theologians Karl Barth and Edmund Schlink, among others. Pannenberg has drawn together religion and science through much of his life. He has also contributed substantially to the philosophy of history and the philosophy of
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2. Biography: Wolfhart Pannenberg
He studied under theologians Karl Barth and Edmund Schlink, among others. Pannenberg has drawn together religion and science through much of his life. He has also contributed substantially to the philosophy of history and the philosophy of
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3. Divine Action Topic: Kerr, Fergus. “The Modern Philosophy of Self in Re...
eminent theologians, such as Karl Barth and Eberhard Jüngel, have argued that the Cartesian turn to the subject has nearly ruined theology. Kerr considers the role of the Cartesian ego in the works of Karl Rahner, Hans Küng, Don Cupitt,
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4. Physics Topic: The Theology of Providence
largely shaped by Karl Barth who attempted to circumvent the Kantian split by holding fast to the objective action of God in creating and redeeming the world. The `God who acts’ continued as a hallmark of the ensuing "biblical
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5. Biography: Biography Index
- Theologian, student of Karl Barth Arthur Peacocke - Biochemist, Templeton Prize winner, and author of Theology for a Scientific Age Jaroslav Pelikan -
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