Adventures in the Spirit: God, World, Divine Action
Fortress Press - 310 páginas
In Adventures in the Spirit, respected and influential theologian Philip Clayton argues that two major intellectual movements of our day-panentheism and emergence-are converging and that together they offer exciting new vistas for theological reflection. On the one hand, over the last decades many theologians have been re-conceiving the God-world relation panentheistically, affirming a radical indwelling of God within the world and the world within God. On the other hand, scientists have begun to abandon the reductionist ideology that characterized much of the modern period, with a new emphasis on emergence. Their study of how new, novel structures and entities arise throughout the evolutionary process yields a much more open-ended, holistic vision of reality, Clayton argues.
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The Contemporary Science and Religion Discussion New Adventures for Theology or a Futile Quest for Legitimation?
Why Emergence Matters A New Paradigm for Relating the Sciences
Emergent Realities The Evolution of Life and Mind
From World to Spirit? Complexity Anthropology Theology
Theological Reflections on Emergence From Emergent Nature to the Emerging Church
Natural Law and the Problem of Divine Action
Actions Human and Divine Toward a Panentheistic Participatory Theory of Agency
Can Contemporary Theologians Still Affirm That God Literally Does Anything?
The Theological Adventure Applied
Reflections on the Human Quest for Meaning
Spirituality as Spirit and Spirituality toward Spirit A Dialogue with Derrida
The Many Faces of Integration Liberal Faith between Church Academy and World
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