Science and Wisdom
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In this volume, Jurgen Moltmann explores the existential questions and explicit theological concerns raised by modern science, at a time when theology is widely regarded as insignificant. The issues he discusses include: the theological dimension of science; the meaning of "creation"; traditional ideas about the end of the universe, alongside eschatological theology; the concept of time and eternity; God and space; bioethics; social Darwinism; and science and wisdom.
"A substantial contribution to the science and religion field by a noted theologian." THE SCIENTIFIC AND MEDICAL NETWORK.Spring 2005.
"Moltmann often displays the breadth of his engagement in scientific discussions and points a helpful way forward through mutually beneficial interdisciplinary dialogue between theology and science. Moltmann is particularly proficient with this task in "Human Ethics and the Ethos of Biomedical Progress." Timothy Harvie, University of Aberdeen, Scottish Journal of Theology, volume 58/3, 2005.
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