Paths from Science towards God

This series is based on the authors personal reading and reflection on Arthur Peacocke’s book, ‘Paths from Science towards God, which focuses on the challenges that science poses to theology, and how these challenges can be turned around to provide new theological insights to enrich the Christian faith. It also discusses about what theology can learn from science in its questioning of reality, while retaining its own uniqueness and methods. In short, Paths from Science towards God is about how science affects theology and how we do theology.

Paths from Science towards God 1: The Challenge of Science, a Resilient Faith

Paths from Science towards God 2: From Science to a New Way of Doing Theology

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

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

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

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

Paths from Science towards God 7: Divine Action

Paths from Science towards God 8: Did Evolution Save Christianity from Deism?

Paths from Science towards God 9: Revisiting Panentheism

Paths from Science towards God 10: Creation as Sacrament

Paths from Science towards God 11: Wisdom and Word – Images of Transcendence, Immanence and Incarnation

Paths from Science towards God 12: Towards a Global Theology

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