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How science enriches theology

Author: Benedict M Ashley; John Deely
Publisher: South Bend, Ind. : St. Augustine's Press, ©2012.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Benedict M Ashley; John Deely
ISBN: 9781587313639 1587313634 9781587313646 1587313642
OCLC Number: 741415819
Description: xiv, 232 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: "Truth cannot contradict truth" --
The postmodern dilemma of theology and science --
The immensity, variety, and dynamism of the universe reveal God the Father --
Creation's order, uniqueness, and truth reveal God the Son --
The universe's evolution, freedom, and plenitude reveal God the Holy Spirit.
Responsibility: Benedict M. Ashley and John Deely.


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Fruitful Symbiosis of Modern Science, Philosophy, & Theology

by Geremia10 (WorldCat user published 2012-05-21) Excellent Permalink

This is a very good, concise, updated version of Benedict Ashley's The Way toward Wisdom (2006), which itself drew its inspiration from John Deely's Four Ages of Understanding. Ashley and Deely are certainly a symbiotic duo, as Deely's semiotics plus Ashley's Thomism and extensive wisdom certainly...
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