Tag Archives: Natural law

The Theology of Nature

In his book When Science Meets Religion, Ian Barbour suggests that traditional religious doctrines need to be reformulated in light of current science. It makes rational and theistic sense that if an involved and caring God created a law-bound universe, … Continue reading

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The problem with a materialistic philosophy

While a materialistic ideology challenges the need for a Creator-God or for metaphysical principles to explain the universe, it is finding real difficulties in addressing its own theoretical solutions to foundational issues. For instance, current science is placing its hope … Continue reading

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Divine Action in the World (leading to a scientifically rational theory)

It is assumed by many Christian theologians that God acts in the world. Can such a theological assumption go beyond mere faith and belief and be put into rational scientific language (a scientifically plausible theory)? If God’s action results in … Continue reading

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Neuroscience And Proper Fishing Technique

Many of my posts have been written so that interested readers may get a small preview of how I will attempt to unify science and theology in my next book, Proving God. In some cases I show how natural laws … Continue reading

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