Paths from Science towards God 6: A World in Process 2

… continued A Reduced Anthropocentrism During the aeons before our emergence on Earth hundreds of millions (if not billions) of species have come and gone, the predecessors of the perhaps as many as 15 million species still extant – and rapidly being extinguised by human action. Theists, who believe that the ultimate ground of all… Read More Paths from Science towards God 6: A World in Process 2

Paths from Science towards God 5: A World in Process 1

Science provides us with a compelling history of life on Earth as well as its origins, by piecing together clues from paleontology, genetics, and other biological sciences, and glueing them all together through Darwin’s theory of natural selection. On the other hand, modern physics and cosmology take us on a 13.7 billion year journey into… Read More Paths from Science towards God 5: A World in Process 1

Paths from Science Towards God 4: Snapshots of the World 2

continued… A Multi-layered, yet interconnected World We live in a world imbued with multi-layered realities. What science has shown us is that everything we see, is made up of constituent parts – our human body is made up of individual cells; these cells are made up of complex molecules, which in turn are made up… Read More Paths from Science Towards God 4: Snapshots of the World 2

Paths from Science Towards God 3: Snapshots of the World 1

After looking at the challenges faced by theology in the face of science and postmodernism, and proposing a new way of doing theology in this scientific age, Arthur Peacocke now turns to surveying the world as it is. What do we know about this universe of ours? What kind of theological questions does our knowledge… Read More Paths from Science Towards God 3: Snapshots of the World 1