God, Creation, and Contemporary Physics

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Fortress Press, 1996 - Religion - 260 pages
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This book, in a clear and succinct way, assesses the implications of contemporary physics for speaking about God's relation to the time-space world. Mark William Worthing describes the critique of traditional arguments for the existence of God by physicists:
  • God and creation out of nothing in relation to the Big Bang theory;
  • God and continuing creation in relation to field theory, Bell's theorem, providence, entropy, and theodicy;
  • God and the consummation of creation.

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From the Baconian Compromise to the War between Science
From Einstein to the Big Bang

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Worthing, Dean of Studies and lecturer in Systematic Theology, Tabor College, Adelaide.

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