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1. Science and Suffering Topic: Epilogue
- the concept of “transcendent causes,” causes so worthwhile that “they supercede (transcend) the value of individual happiness.” War, in which nations understand that hardship is necessary for the needs of the many, is
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2. Divine Action Topic: Drees, Willem B. “Evolutionary Naturalism and Reli...
as a whole is dependent on a transcendent Creator as consistent with, though not required by, naturalism. What Drees rejects is a view of God as altering the laws of nature or as acting within the contingencies of nature since, again, nature is
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3. Physics Topic: The Theology of Creation
of all beings on a transcendent God as the sole source of their existence. God's creative act is totally free; matter, space, time and even the laws of nature emerge out of God's unconditional choice. In this sense, `creation out of
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4. God, Humanity and the Cosmos Topic: Peacocke’s View of Divine Action
at which God - as a transcendent , immaterial world cause - interacts particularly with causative factors in the material world? Arthur Peacocke wants to use the analogy of God as mind, world as body, but with a very proper caution -
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5. Evolution Topic: What is the problem with Intelligent Design?
is the intervention of a transcendent designer. Punctuated into the process of gradual change are leaps in complexity caused by a supernatural intelligence. Intelligent interventions into nature are virtual miracles, not subject
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6. Intelligent Design Topic: Cards on the Table
points beyond itself to a transcendent reality, and that that reality is simultaneously reflected in a different idiom by the Scriptures of the Old and New Testaments. So far I'm not saying anything different from standard complementarianism,
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7. God, Humanity and the Cosmos Topic: Does God Collapse the Wave Function?
we could postulate a transcendent world observer - a divine mind whose observations collapse the wave functions on our behalf. In effect this would be the quantum-mechanical version of Bishop Berkeley’s idealism . This is memorably
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8. God, Humanity and the Cosmos Topic: Quantum-Based Proposals on Divine Action
at which God - as a transcendent , immaterial world cause - interacts particularly with causative factors in the material world? One important approach to asserting particular providence through gaps in the causal order is to follow
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9. God, Humanity and the Cosmos Topic: The Many-Worlds Interpretation
to the notion of a transcendent world observer. But one wonders which option requires the larger act of faith! Topic Index More: The Rediscovery of the Observer Show
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10. Intelligent Design Topic: Getting Acquainted With the ID Vocabulary
or atheism (there is no transcendent God as envisioned by any of the theistic religions). I use the term minimal naturalism (it could also be called metaphysical naturalism, but that name has additional connotations) to
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