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The heavens declare : natural theology and the legacy of Karl Barth

Author: Rodney D Holder
Publisher: West Conshohocken, Pa. : Templeton Press, ©2012.
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One of the central themes of inquiry for Karl Barth, the twentieth-century Protestant theologian, was the notion of revelation. Although he was suspicious of natural theology (i.e. the seeking of evidence for God's existence in the ordered structure of the world), recent scientific advances (notably in physics and cosmology) and the flourishing modern dialogue between science and religion offer compelling reasons to  Read more...
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Title: The heavens declare : natural theology and the legacy of Karl Barth /
Database Name: WorldCat
All Authors / Contributors: Rodney D Holder
ISBN: 9781599474038; 1599474034; 1280129298; 9781280129292; 6613533173; 9786613533173
Notes: Bibliography: Includes bibliographical references and index.
Content: The problem of natural theology today -- Karl Barth and the legitimacy of natural theology -- Science and religion in the theology of Dietrich Bonhoeffer -- Creation and the sciences in the theology of Wolfhart Pannenberg -- Thomas Torrance: "retreat to commitment" or a new place for natural theology? -- Alister McGrath: natural theology from within -- Conclusion: the way forward for natural theology.
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Contents: The problem of natural theology today -- Karl Barth and the legitimacy of natural theology -- Science and religion in the theology of Dietrich Bonhoeffer -- Creation and the sciences in the theology of Wolfhart Pannenberg -- Thomas Torrance: "retreat to commitment" or a new place for natural theology? -- Alister McGrath: natural theology from within -- Conclusion: the way forward for natural theology.
Responsibility: Rodney D. Holder.
Genre/Form: Electronic books.
Additional Physical Format: Print version: Holder, Rodney D. Heavens declare. West Conshohocken, Pa. : Templeton Press, ©2012 (DLC) 2011036870 (OCoLC)752910186
Year: ©2012.
Publisher: West Conshohocken, Pa. : Templeton Press,
Class Descriptors: LC Class No.: BL183; Dewey No.: 210
OCLC No.: 779165773

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One of the central themes of inquiry for Karl Barth, the twentieth-century Protestant theologian, was the notion of revelation. Although he was suspicious of natural theology (i.e. the seeking of evidence for God's existence in the ordered structure of the world), recent scientific advances (notably in physics and cosmology) and the flourishing modern dialogue between science and religion offer compelling reasons to revisit Barth's thinking on the concept. We must again ask whether and how it might be possible to hold together the notion of revelation whilst employing reason and sc.
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