science and faith

Divine Action and the Laws of Nature
June 28, 2021
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Plundering Eden
March 26, 2021
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Coronavirus and the Goodness of Creation
November 5, 2020
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The Genealogical Adam and Eve
August 17, 2020
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The Neo-Aristotelian Resurgence
May 11, 2020
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Genes, Determinism, and God
May 4, 2020
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Miracles
January 22, 2020
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Unlocking Divine Action
January 9, 2020
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Prosperity Gospel, Healing, and Divine Action
December 18, 2019
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Creationism Embattled Yet Resilent
June 21, 2019
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Divine Intervention in Evolutionary Creationism
March 13, 2019
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Three Letters, Two Books, One Interview
February 26, 2019
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Modern Assumptions About Certainty
February 20, 2019
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Astrotheology: An Introduction
October 16, 2018
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The Groaning of Creation
September 20, 2018
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A Modern Creature: Science and Creation in Modern Theology
January 19, 2018
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Divine Action and the Laws of Nature
June, 2021

Does God break the laws of nature when he acts in the world?

How Should We Understand Miracles?
Hans Madueme
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The Terms of the Debate
Peter Harrison
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How the Laws of Nature Leave Room
for God's Action
Barbara Drossel
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An Invitation to Answer No
James N. Anderson
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Lawbreaker?
Jeffrey Koperski
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The Compatibility of Natural Laws and Miraculous Divine Action
Steven Horst
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Plundering Eden
March, 2021

This book fits within that emerging field of Christian theological responses to ecological problems. In Plundering Eden, Wagenfuhr claims that the root cause of our ecological is a broken imagination, and he argues that reconciliation with God the Creator through Jesus Christ is the only means to ecological healing through a renewed, kenotic imagination expressed in the creation of an alternate environment that reveals the kingdom of God--the ekklesia.

Plundering Eden: Introducing the Symposium
Ken Keathley
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Rewilding Creation and Receiving the Eucharist
Brian Brock
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Priests of Creation, Not Only Ambassadors
Alexander Coe Stewart
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Virtues, Vices, and Ecotheology
Celia Deane-Drummond
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A Radical Challenge to Christian Discipleship
J. Richard Middleton
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Plundering Eden: A Rejoinder
G. P. Wagenfuhr
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Coronavirus and the Goodness of Creation
November, 2020

Is the Coronavirus evil?

Coronavirus and the Goodness of Creation
Hans Madueme
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Naming Natural Evils
Jim Stump
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The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
Gerald L. Bray
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A Wheat and Weeds Creation
Gregory A. Boyd
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Where the Coronavirus Didn’t Originate—and Maybe Did
John G. Stackhouse, Jr.
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In Death as in Life
Katherine Sonderegger
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Is the Coronavirus Still Not Evil? A Rejoinder
Daniel Harrell
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The Genealogical Adam and Eve
August, 2020

Evolutionary science teaches that humans arose as a population, sharing common ancestors with other animals. The book of Genesis seems to say that all humans descended from Adam and Eve, a couple specially created by God. These two teachings seem contradictory, but is that necessarily so? In the Genalogical Adam and Eve, Swamidass draws upon some well-established but overlooked scientific insights to advance a new proposal on this old conversation.

The Genealogical Adam and Eve:
Introducing the Symposium
Ken Keathley
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Is Adam God's First Image-Bearer?
Andrew Loke
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Let Scripture Speak Clearly
Richard Averbeck
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An Invitation to Reclaim Mystery and Pursue Unity
Anjeanette Roberts
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Which Game? Whose Rules?
Paul Nelson
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Hedges Around His Garden
Marcus Ross
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The Genealogical Adam and Eve: A Rejoinder
S. Joshua Swamidass
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The Neo-Aristotelian Resurgence
May, 2020

The Aristotelian Resurgence
Paul M. Gould
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Aristotle's Theater and Empirical Science
Nicholas Teh
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The Neo-Aristotelian Resurgence and the Retrieval of the Human Good
Ross D. Inman
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Tracing Aristotle’s Revival, Hoping for Another
Robert C. Koons
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The Need for Human Nature
Alexander R. Pruss
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Genes, Determinism, and God
May, 2020

In this book, the product of Denis Alexander's Gifford Lectures, he addresses the complex interplay between biological claims about genes, philosophical claims about determinism and theological claims about God.

Genes, Determinism, and God: Introducing the Symposium
Ken Keathley
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Intuitions about Immateriality
Ken Keathley
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Determining What Makes Me the Way I Am
Clay Carlson
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Philosophical Worries About Denis Alexander's Incurable Problem
Michael Ruse
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More Than Our Genes
Michael Wittmer
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Genes, Determinism, and God: A Rejoinder
Denis Alexander
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Miracles
January, 2020

God works in miraculous ways. In this series, various scholars engage the work of Luke Timothy Johnson on God's continued presence and power in creation. Johnson proposes an alternative to the secular vision and shows that signs and wonders are at the heart of the Christian faith.

Introducing Miracles: God's Presence and Power in Creation
Joshua Jipp
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A Wonderful Biblical Theology, But Is That What We Were Expecting?
Craig Blomberg
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Secularism Killed Providence, Too
Tim Sansbury
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The Glass Is Half-Full
C. John Collins
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The Problem Isn't Science
Roseanne J. Sension
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Two Kinds of Double-Minded Thinking
Darrell Bock
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Miracles: A Response to the Symposium
Luke Timothy Johnson
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Unlocking Divine Action
January, 2020

Divine action is bound up with our notions of causality. The way God acts in the world is unlike any other agent, because he is the Cause of all other causes, the Creator and Sustainer of everything that exists. In Unlocking Divine Action, Michael Dodds reframes the conversation about divine action. He retrieves some of Thomas Aquinas’s teaching on causality and applies those ideas to the doctrines of freedom, providence, prayer, and miracles.

Unlocking Divine Action: Introducing the Symposium
Joel Chopp
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The Case for a More Capacious Concept of Cause
Jennifer A. Frey
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Thomas Aquinas and His Many Causes
Jeffrey Koperski
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The Primary-Secondary Cause Distinction and Special Divine Acts
Robert A. Larmer
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The Analogical Alternative
Philip Rolnick
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Divine Agency, Thomism, and a Truly-Newtonian Philosophy of Science
Steven Horst
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Unlocking Divine Action: A Rejoinder
Michael Dodds
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Prosperity Gospel, Healing, and Divine Action
December, 2019

Why do Christians outside the West experience far more instances of miraculous divine activity than their brothers and sisters in the West?

Prosperity Gospel, Healing, and Divine Action: An Introduction
Hans Madueme
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Cultural Worldview and Spiritual Dynamics
Chul-Soo Caleb Kim
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An African Perspective on Miracles and Divine Action
Bulus Galadima
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Reflections on Miraculous Divine Activity by a Christian Anthropologist
Robert Priest
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Inseparability Between the African and Biblical Worlds
Kwabena Asamoah-Gyadu
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Miraculous Divine Activity and Religious Worldviews
Jungja Ma
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Creationism Embattled Yet Resilent
June, 2019

Is it really tenable to be a young earth creationist in the face of the overwhelming scientific evidence that counts against it?

Creationism Embattled yet Resilient: An Introduction
Hans Madueme
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Young Earth Creationism Is Not Young
Joseph Francis
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Dealing with Deep Time
Steven Gollmer
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The Evidence of Science and Scripture
Stephen Lloyd
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Finite Games, Infinite Games, and Creation
Marcus Ross
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Placing Assumptions in the Dock
Gordon Wilson
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Creationism Embattled yet Resilient: A Redirect
Hans Madueme
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Creation Speaks
Joseph Francis
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Scientific Paradigms and Theological Necessity
Steven Gollmer
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Clarity on the Methodology
Stephen Lloyd
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Lest Anyone Cheat You
Gordon Wilson
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Engaging Creationists and Critics in the Infinite Game
Marcus Ross
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Divine Intervention in Evolutionary Creationism
March, 2019

Does evolutionary creationism allow for divine intervention?

Divine Intervention after Darwin: An Introduction
Hans Madueme
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Defining the Relationship between Evolution and Divine Intervention
Jim Stump
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This Question Is a Moving Target
Michael Behe
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Perspectives on Evolution and the Potential of Paleoanthropology
Niamh Middleton
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Preserving the Particularity of Divine Intervention
Denis Alexander
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The Theological Interpretation of Evolutionary Biology
Robert Russell
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Divine Intervention after Darwin: A Redirect
Hans Madueme
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Theology, Science, and the Kingdom of God
Jim Stump
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Unintended Randomness and Detecting Design
Michael Behe
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Bodies, Souls, and Complementary Accounts of the Human
Niamh Middleton
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What Do We Understand by Special Providence?
Denis Alexander
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Resurrecting Divine Action
Robert Russell
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Three Letters, Two Books, One Interview
February, 2019

An Epistolary Review of The Quest
Darrel Falk
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A Letter to the Heretic
Todd Wood
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A Letter to the Fool
Darrel Falk
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A Fool and a Heretic Inciting a Revolution?
Hans Madueme
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Modern Assumptions About Certainty
February, 2019

Would we have fewer conflicts between science and theology if we challenged our modern assumptions about certainty?

Certainty in Science and Theology: An Introduction
Chris Firestone
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The Autonomy of the Respective Domains
Carlos Bovell
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The Elusive Illusion of Certainty
Paul Allen
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The Problems of Certainty and the Claims to Truth
Susan Schreiner
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Astrotheology: An Introduction
October, 2018

The Theology X-Files
Hans Madueme
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The Very Good Vastness of Creation
Andreas Losch
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Living in the Vast World around Us
Thomas O'Meara
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Stars, Planets, and God's Extraterrestrial Sheep
Ted Peters
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Should Christians Care about Astrobiology?
Jeffrey Zweerink
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The Groaning of Creation
September, 2018

What does Paul have in mind when he speaks of creation's groaning in Romans 8?

Creation's Groaning: An Introduction
Joshua Jipp
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The Tales of Two Cities
Siu Fung Wu
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From Ruin to Renewal
Jonathan Moo
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Birth Pangs or Death Sentence?
Mark Seifrid
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Groaning for Glory
Marcus Mininger
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A Modern Creature: Science and Creation in Modern Theology
January, 2018

A Modern Creature: Introducing a Conversation
Joel Chopp, Geoffrey Fulkerson
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The Real Beauty of Creation: A Kierkegaardian Account
Andrew Torrance
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Robert Jenson’s Story of Creation
Stephen John Wright
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Herman Bavinck as a Man of Science
John Bolt
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A More Natural Theology: Eberhard Jüngel on Creation and Christology
R. David Nelson
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Creation and Science under Jesus’ Rule: Perspectives from Adolf Schlatter
Robert Yarbrough
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The Tapestry of Creation: Jon Levenson on Creation and Omnipotence
John Hilber
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Myth, Science, and Hermeneutics: Rudolf Bultmann on Creation
Joshua Jipp
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How We Say What We Say about God and Creation: Kathryn Tanner on Creation
Myk Habets
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The Ends of Science in Oliver O'Donovan's Doctrine of Creation
Matthew Arbo
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An Extreme Modification of Tradition? Moltmann’s Understanding of Creation
Stephen Williams
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