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About the Creation Project
The Creation Project is a three year initiative designed to nurture evangelical engagement with the doctrine of creation in all of its historical, theological, and scientific complexity.
Throughout the initiative Sapientia will host an ongoing conversation that provides up-to-date, expert, theological reflection on the pressing issues facing evangelicals within the doctrine of creation, and at the intersection of contemporary science and theology.
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Divine Action and the Human Mind: A Rejoinder
One of the joys of inhabiting an explicitly interdisciplinary space is that one is constantly...
Sarah Lane Ritchie | July 10, 2020
On the Very Idea of Theological Naturalism
Sarah Lane Ritchie’s Divine Action and the Human Mind is a well-written treatise advocating for...
Bruce L. Gordon | July 8, 2020
Taking the Theological Turn
This volume is an exceptionally valuable contribution to the debate on the relation between theology...
William J. Abraham | June 30, 2020
The Enchanted and Dappled Place We Live
As reflected in the two parts of her book, Sarah Lane Ritchie’s project is twofold....
Jason D. Runyan | June 29, 2020
Divine Action and the Human Mind: Introducing the Symposium
There is a tension between scientific accounts of nature and theological accounts of God’s action...
Paul M. Gould | June 29, 2020