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Following the Footsteps of John Polkinghorne: In Search of Divine Action in the World.

Tytuł :
Following the Footsteps of John Polkinghorne: In Search of Divine Action in the World.
Autorzy :
Karaba, Miroslav
Green, Joel B.
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Temat :
RELIGION & science
KENOSIS (Theology)
QUANTUM theory
CHAOS theory
THEOLOGY & philosophy
Źródło :
Religions; Apr2021, Vol. 12 Issue 4, p263, 1p
Ludzie :
Czasopismo naukowe
John Polkinghorne was, undoubtedly, one of the most influential authors in the dialogue between science and religion. His attitude is characterized by a focus on the concept of kenosis in response to the ontological orientation of process philosophy and theology. God's omnipotence implies the possibility that God created the universe as an evolutionary and autonomous world, which is not predetermined but has been created for openness. According to Polkinghorne, the position of this openness may be in the uncertainty associated with the world of quantum and chaotic phenomena. God's self-limitation of his own omnipotence can thus be understood as an effort to respect the autonomy of natural processes and human freedom. Such an image of God is compatible with the current state of scientific knowledge, which itself becomes the starting point for thinking about God and his relationship to the world. Thus, despite the problems of some parts of its concept, Polkinghorne creates a comprehensive integrative approach to the dialogue between science and religion. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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