The aim of this book is to present a theology that is plausible, believable, defensible - and therefore relevant - to those who take seriously established scientific knowledge of the world and who seek meaning in a world so described. Such a theology would need to be at least consonant and coherent with scientific perspectives. The author attempts to refine our conception of God within this scientific world view and to answer the question of how Judaeo-Christian perceptions can accommodate scientific endeavour.;The work is intended for graduates and above in theology.
Theology for a Scientific Age Being and Becoming--Natural and Divine - Signposts in Theology
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