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The discourse among science and religious philosophy has developed to mammoth extents over the previous decade. These two controls look consistently to find their shared belief. Each control is restless to warrant its own fact claims concerning the idea of the real world and the idea of God.In request to be productive, such exchange, contend the creators of this gathering, should concentrate on one subject. In this volume, 16 researchers and scholars fight that eschatology gives a typical worry to both philosophy and the sciences. Eschatology, they guarantee, will “help clear up and develop the contrasts between truth asserts in both fields.” Moreover, an attention on eschatology offers a chance to look at the reasons individuals can be confident and idealistic even despite physical passing and the finitude of the universe.Included in this provocative gathering are papers on “eschatology and the common sciences,” “eschatology in social sciences and ethics,” “eschatology in the scriptural tradition,” and “eschatology and theology.”John Polkinghorne is the leader of Queens’ College, Cambridge and the creator of Reason and Reality (Trinity) and Serious Talk: Science and Religion in Dialog (Trinity). Michael Welker educates at the University of Heidelberg.Contributors to the volume incorporate William R. Stoeger, S.J., Steward Observatory, The University of Arizona; Detlef Linke, Bonn University; Fraser Watts, Queens’ College, Cambridge; Larry Bouchard, University of Virginia; William Schweiker, University of Chicago; Janet Soskice, Jesus College, Cambridge; Christoph Schwöbel, Heidelberg; Walter Brueggemann, Columbia Theological Seminary; Patrick D. Mill operator, Princeton Theological Seminary; Donald H. Juel, Princeton Theological Seminary; Hans Weder, University of Zurich; Gerhard Sauter, University of Bonn, Germany; Kathryn Tanner, University of Chicago; Jürgen Möltmann, University of Tübingen; and Miroslav Volf, Yale University.For: Seminarians; church; graduate understudies; general audience>
The End of the World and the Ends of God: Science and Theology on Eschatology (Theology for the 21st Century).
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John Polkinghorne

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1563383128

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Trinity Press International

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9781563383120

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2000-02-01

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320

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Trinity Press International

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Trinity Press International

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2000-02-01

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