Gijsbert van den Brink has joined the fray of science and religion with a contribution from the perspective of the Reformed tradition. In his monograph, van den Brink brings his training in philosophy of science into conversation with the theological particularities of the Reformed tradition.
Volume III of a tetralogy devoted to Divine Agency and Divine Action articulates a comprehensive vision of systematic theology focused on divine action from creation to eschatology.
Disability raises questions about our doctrine of providence on both a theological and an experiential level. The most common question is "why?", one that Hans Reinders welcomes. Grief should be expected as we grapple with the difficulties God allows. Yet, God's providence is ultimately about leading us to a transformed life.
In this book on providence, David Fergusson takes a "polyphonic" approach. He gleans from various perspectives in church history to create a constructive work on God's action in the world.
What is chance? How is it different from randomness? What place do these concepts have within Christian faith and understanding?
Does evolutionary creationism allow for divine intervention?