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This book proposes a neoChristian theology and philosophy of religion called, "theodynamics." The presentation is in two parts. Part I presents background information relevant to the focus and contents of theodynamics. Part II presents the essence of theodynamics with comments, elaborations, and suggestions for its practical implications.
Contents: PART I: Background for Theodynamics; Toward a Modern Theology; The Nature of Religion in Human Experience; Some Epistemic Background for Theodynamics; Physical Science and the Ontological Realm; A Biological View of Humanity; Time, History, and Geography; PART II: Elementary Theodynamics; God and the Universe, God and Humanity; The Elaboration of Theodynamics as Doctrine; Theodynamics of Value and Value Judgement; The Problem of Obedience; Free Will and Natural Law; The Elaboration of Theodynamics as Religious Life; Theodynamics and the Future; Index.
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This book proposes a neoChristian theology and philosophy of religion. The presentation is in two parts: Part I presents background information relevant to its focus and content. Part II presents the essence of Theodynamics with comments, elaborations, and suggestions for its practical implications.From the Author:
The Judeo-Christian tradition is based on a conception of God as the creative basis of all existence. The sciences delineate the structures and functions of the created world. Technology applies such knowledge to human purposes, either ethically or not. Ethics can not be effective unless we can integrate our scientific and relitious insights for joint application to human decisions in the real world.
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Book Description University Press of America, Lanham, Md, 1994. Hardcover. Condition: New. . . . . 8vo, hardcover. Black cloth; no dj. NEW. Bright, crisp & clean, unread. 438 p., illus. Seller Inventory # 1071111.19
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