1. General Term: Creatio Continua
Creatio Continua Latin: 'Continuous Creation'
is a concept within the Christian doctrine of Creation, specifically within the
Eastern Orthodox tradition and some Process Theologies. It refers to speaking of
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2. Physics Topic: The Theology of Creation
a doctrine of creation using Biblical, philosophical, theological
and liturgical tools. Actually the doctrine includes two related
strands: creatio ex nihilo (creation out of nothing) and
creatio continua (continuing creation).
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3. Physics Topic: The Anthropic Principle and Creation Theology
God's continuing creation throughout the domain of the cosmos .
God's choice of Planck's constant both allows for the
open character of the universe through which God can continually
act ( creatio continua ) and conditions the
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4. Evolution Topic: Step 2: Stir and bake until the world comes to its end
call this continuing creation, creatio continua .
Step 3: What emerges well done is the new creation
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5. Divine Action Topic: Peters, Ted. Playing God with Our Evolutionary Fu...
between God and creation in terms of both creatio
ex nihilo and creatio continua .
In Peters view, giving the world a future is Gods fundamental way of acting
as creator. God creates new things including the new
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6. Divine Action Topic: Chiao, Raymond Y. Quantum Nonlocalities: Experime...
and every event in time ( creatio continua ).
The quantum nonseparability of the universe is suggestive of the New
Testaments view of the unity of creation. In the process Chiao discusses such
ideas as the quantum entanglement of all
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7. Intro Topic: Evolution
literalists insist that creation was a once only event that happened at
the beginning of time, Peacocke notes that evolution is compatible with the
Christian idea of creatio continua, the notion that God is continuously
creating. As he
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