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Author: Robert G. Crawford
ISBN: 0312232381
Language: English
Pages: 245 pages
Category: Religious Studies
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan (January 6, 2001)
Rating: 4.4
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The God/Man/World Triangle argues that science and religion complement one another in giving us a picture of what we are, how the world is, and what God is like.

The God/Man/World Triangle argues that science and religion complement one another in giving us a picture of what we are, how the world is, and what God is like. Robert Crawford has written a clear and unusually wide-ranging survey of issues relating to the divine, the human and the cosmic, topics which should engage the interest of everyone concerned with how science and religion relate to each other today. Rev. Canon John Polkinghorne, FRS, former President, Queen's College, Cambridge.

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The science-religion dialogue is interdisciplinary and recent years we see scholars emphasizing aesthetics as yet another aspect in the dialogue. Aesthetics, already included in some theological discourses such as theological aesthetics, covers a number of perspectives and sub-disciplines. This article sheds light on how aesthetics contributes to the development of the dialogue. To develop a more profound dialogue between aesthetics, natural science, and theology, we need to expand the concept of beauty in nature and include the phenomena of the sublime and wonder. Future Directions for the Zygon Center. June 2004 · Zygon(r).

ROBERT CRAWFORD is an Associate Lecturer with the Open University and a Minister of the United Reformed Church in England. He was a Fulbright Scholar at Princeton Seminary in 1954. He has written five books, many articles in the academic journals, and for many years contributed a weekly column in the local press on religious issues.

Science also uses models to advance its knowledge, and in a scientific age a model of.ROBERT CRAWFORD is a graduate of four universities and has been awarded fellowships from the Universities of London and Cape Town

Science also uses models to advance its knowledge, and in a scientific age a model of God as the Cosmic Scientist interacting with the traditional could. eBook 71,68 €. price for Russian Federation (gross). ROBERT CRAWFORD is a graduate of four universities and has been awarded fellowships from the Universities of London and Cape Town. He has taught at universities, polytechnics and colleges in England, the United States, Nigeria, South Africa, and Swaziland. In addition to writing seven books he has contributed many articles to religious and theological journals.

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No reproduction, copy or transmission of this publication may be made without written permission. Science and religion complement one another in understanding what we are like and the world in which we live.

The God/Man/World Triangle shows how insights can be gleaned from both science and religion to enable us to understand what the world is like, how the human animal is distinctive from the sub-human, and how we might think of God. It proceeds on the basis that Einstein was right when he said that "science without religion is lame, religion without science is blind." This book opposes the view that we are survival machines and argues that such an explanation is incomplete and is not justified either by science or religion.