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31. Creation/Evolution Survey Topic: Expectations and Results
compatible with Christian theology (question 12a ). Christians who accept natural theology (natural events are part of the workings of God) as an intrinsic aspect (and dominant aspect) of Christian theology will be more likely to accept
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32. Physics Topic: The Anthropic Principle and Creation Theology
in science, philosophy and theology. For example, even if one starts with inflation to explain the variation in the natural constants, a theist can still counter that God designed the entire set of universes, or the laws of nature which govern
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33. Maddox Bibliography Topic: IV. Historical Treatments of Interaction between ...
and the Rise of Natural Science . New York: Cambridge University Press, 1998. Kaiser, Christopher. Creational Theology and the History of Physical Science . Kinderkook: E.J. Brill, 1997. Knight, David. Science and
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34. Ecology Topic: H. Paul Santmire's The Travail of Nature: The Ambiguous Ecolo...
Promise of Christian Theology Santmire's primary intent in this work is to assess the widely varying attitudes toward nature found in Christian Theology's long history. Santmire’s goal is to "understand the travail of nature in
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35. Itnerdisciplinary Topic: Theology, Anti-Theology and ATheology
Theology, Anti-Theology and ATheology From Christian Passions to Scientific Emotions ESSSAT Prize Dissertation 2000 Thomas Dixon SUMMARY This dissertation is based upon an article with a similar title published in Modern
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36. Maddox Bibliography Topic: 2. “Evangelical” Western Christian Enga...
Birkett, Kirsten. Unnatural Enemies: An Introduction to Science and Christianity . Sydney, Australia: St. Matthias Press, 1997. Brush, Nigel. The Limitations of Scientific Truth . Grand Rapids, MI: Kregel, 2005. Chappell,
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37. Biography: Alister McGrath
Final Honour School of Theology. In December 1977, he was awarded an Oxford D.Phil. for his research in the natural sciences, and gained first class honours in Theology in June 1978. McGrath then left Oxford to work at Cambridge University,
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38. Biography: Philip Clayton
lies in developing a theology of emergence, to be published next year as The Emergence of Spirit . Clayton is currently Principal Investigator of the “Science and the Spiritual Quest” project (SSQ) at the Center for theology
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39. Subject Home: Theology and Religion
Theology and Religion Featured Topics The Person in Christian Theology The Theology of Providence The Question of Miracle The Resurrection of
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40. Genetics Topic: Genetic Technologies - The Radical Revision of Human Existen...
of Human Existence and the Natural World Keynote Address: Amory Lovins - Rocky Mountain Institute Play Panel: Play All William
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