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11. God, Humanity and the Cosmos Topic: Peacocke’s View of Divine Action
God is radically and totally immanent , as well as transcendent. As Willem B Drees points out, speaking of the environment of the whole universe can never be more than a metaphor, but it is the strength of panentheism that it can offer such a
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12. Neuroscience Topic: The Person in Greek Thought
and form. The form is an immanent principle that gives things their essential characteristics and powers. So the soul is but one type of form. In general, what we see in Greek philosophical speculation is the recognition that human beings
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13. Neuroscience Topic: The Person in Modern Thought
rather than being moved by immanent forms, was moved by external, physical forces. This raised a dilemma: if we maintain the immateriality of mind, then there is no way to account for its supposed ability to move the body. Alternatively, if we
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14. Resources: Bibliography for Russell on Cosmology
chs. 8. "The Immanent Directionality of the Evolutionary Process and Its Relationship to Teleology," in Russell, et. al., Evolution and Molecular Biology, op. cit. Philip Clayton , In Whom We Have Our
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15. Ecology Topic: Thomas Berry on the Mythical-Cosmological Dimension of Enviro...
on the need for immanent healing of the earth and our relationships with it. Of course, it is one thing to recognize a problem and propose a solution; it is quite another feat to provide the knowledge and impetus necessary for
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16. Divine Action Topic: Ward, Keith. “God as a Principle of Cosmological E...
spacetime , although immanent to all creation as its omnipresent Creator. Divine eternity is thus timeless, for God has neither internal nor external temporal relations. The act of creation is one of non-temporal causation. Whether there
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17. Divine Action Topic: Drees, Willem B. “Evolutionary Naturalism and Reli...
In effect, a functional and immanent understanding of morality need not be as problematic to moral persons as a similar understanding of religious language may be to believers, since religious language typically refers to transcendent realities.
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18. Divine Action Topic: Teleology
R., S.J. “The Immanent Directionality of the Evolutionary Process, and its Relationship to Teleology." Wildman, Wesley J. “Evaluating the Teleological Argument for Divine Action."
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19. Divine Action Topic: Evolutionary Theory
R., S.J. “The Immanent Directionality of the Evolutionary Process, and its Relationship to Teleology." Tracy, Thomas F. “Evolution, Divine Action, and the Problem of Evil."
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20. Divine Action Topic: Ayala, Francisco J. “Darwin’s Devolution: Des...
in terms of universal, immanent , natural laws without resorting explicitly to a Creator. The result was to bring biological organisms into the realm of science. Many theologians have seen no contradiction between Darwin and Christian faith,
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