11. Intelligent Design Topic: The Question of Motives
by denying any appeal to the transcendent norms of God's moral law." In a forthcoming response to an article of mine in American Outlook (November 2000), Michael Shermer takes an identical line: "It is no coincidence that almost all of the
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12. Technology Topic: What Might Theologians Think About Nano Ethics?
ethical deliberations with a transcendent
ground for value, God. What is good for us is the vision of well being God has
in store for us. To manifest that vision of well being, Jesus gave us a double
commandment: love God and love your neighbor.
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13. Neuroscience Topic: The Person in Greek Thought
physical world, there is the transcendent realm
of the Forms or Ideas, which is perfect and eternal. According
to Plato, the soul's true home is in the realm of the Forms.
Plato's philosophy had a significant impact on the development
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14. Interview: Ron Numbers
of God from a transcendent being out there to a notion of God as being imminant in the world.These liberals often went to great
lengths to convince the public that evolution could be harmonized with traditional religious views and
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15. Intelligent Design Topic: Must All the Design in the Natural World Be Front-...
type of designer (mundane or transcendent ) produced the information in question, but how far that information can be traced back. With the Cambrian explosion the information trail goes dead in the Cambrian. So too with the book of Hebrews it goes
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16. God, Humanity and the Cosmos Topic: Polkinghornes View of Divine Action
which God - as a transcendent , immaterial world cause - interacts particularly
with causative factors in the material world?
John Polkinghorne is the
scientist-theologian who has made the boldest attempt to characterise
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17. Divine Action Topic: Ellis, George F. R. The Theology of the Anthropic...
requires a transcendent Designer.
The Anthropic Principle (AP)
speaks to two questions: why do we
exist at this time and place
(Weak AP), and why does the universe permit evolution and our existence at any time or place
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18. Ecology Topic: H. Paul Santmire's The Travail of Nature: The Ambiguous Ecolo...
a being separate from -
or transcendent to - the world, who chooses to intervene in its affairs at
will. Furthermore, this motif expresses a fundamental theological bias towards
only those beings considered rational, spiritual, or moral. This
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19. God, Humanity and the Cosmos Topic: Neo-Thomist Views of Divine Action
at which God - as a transcendent , immaterial world cause
- interacts particularly with causative factors in the material world?
Neo-Thomists speak of
double agency, a concept developed by Aquinas and rearticulated in
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20. Divine Action Topic: Ellis, George F. R. Intimations of Transcendence:...
account of the nature of the
transcendent. Thus, Ellis asserts the need for a channel of revelation. A major
goal of this essay is to argue that a view of divine action (revelation)
through the mediation of the human brain is consistent with
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