Wesleyans and Wesleyan theology have long been interested in the sciences. John Wesley kept abreast of scientific developments in his own day, and he engaged science in his theological construction. Divine Grace and Emerging Creation offers explorations by contemporary scholars into the themes and issues pertinent to contemporary science and Wesleyan Theology. In addition to groundbreaking research by leading Wesleyan theologians, Jurgen Moltmann contributes an essay. Moltmann's work derives from his keynote address at the joint Wesleyan Theological Society and Society for Pentecostal Studies meeting on science and theology at Duke University. Other contributions address key contemporary themes in theology and science, including evolution, ecology, neurology, emergence theory, intelligent design, scientific and theological method, and biblical cosmology. John Wesley's own approach to science, explored by many contributors, offers insights for how two of humanity's central concerns--science and theology--can now be understood in fruitful and complementary ways.... current debates over Isaac Newtona#39;s cosmology.19 Shortly thereafter, John Haas published three general essays that ... dissertation ever focused on Wesleya#39;s Survey, Laura Bartels Felleman has recently demonstrated with select samplesanbsp;...
|Title||:||Divine Grace and Emerging Creation|
|Author||:||Thomas Jay Oord|
|Publisher||:||Wipf and Stock Publishers - 2009-05-01|