By Robert Brennan
Whereas Newton explicitly attracts the parallel among divine organisation in people and that during nature, Darwin rejects its intended perfection and Huxley raised severe questions in regards to the conventional realizing of the soul. This ebook bargains an alternate incarnational description of divine corporation, releasing attention of divine employer from being depending on resolving the advanced problems with perfect-being theology and the lifestyles of the soul. In dialog with Barth's pneumatology, this idea is proven to stay theologically coherent and believable whereas resolving or averting a number identified problems within the science-theology dialogue.
"Robert Brennan has made an important contribution to the theology-science debate together with his suggestion for a extra incarnationally-shaped figuring out of divine service provider in people. This complete paintings, canvassing the information of a large variety of thinkers who've meditated the query all through history--Tertullian, Augustine, Newton, Darwin, Huxley and Barth between them--demonstrates either perception and scholarly integrity."
--David Rankin, minister, Holland Park Uniting church buildings, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
"Brennan's thesis is especially wide-ranging; it attracts on an unlimited variety of basic and secondary literature throughout all eras of Christian theology and it traverses the disciplines of philosophy, theology, and background. wide-spread texts are given unique interpretations. unforeseen old connections are illuminated. it really is strange to learn a piece that engages on such a lot of fronts whereas maintaining an unique argument. either theologians and historians of technological know-how will take advantage of it."
--Geoff Thompson, Co-ordinator of reports in Systematic Theology, Pilgrim Theological collage, Melbourne, Australia
Robert Brennan is an ordained minister and theologian with a heritage in commercial physics and postgraduate skills in physics and theology.
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Describing the Hand of God: Divine Agency and Augustinian Obstacles to the Dialogue between Theology and Science by Robert Brennan