December 15, 2009

Is Open Theism’s Cosmology Coherent?

Filed under: Church,Philosophy,Science — Bob Gifford @ 8:45 am

I just completed a Systematics Theology course at Fuller Seminary. Class assignments included a term paper, which I decided to do on the confluence of physics and the theology of divine time, omniscience and providence. It’s a fascinating subject. The term paper had a limit of 10 pages (which I exceeded a tad) or I could have gone on longer. As it was, the limit forced me to be concise and focused.

Click here for a pdf of my term paper.

2 Comments

  1. Enjoyed reading the paper on Open Theism (and the review of the classical theism in relation to the concept of time). As on a Christian who is definitely not Calvinist in orientation, as as one fascinated by quantum physics ever since the publication of “The Wu Li Dancing Masters” I could easily live with an Open Theism. May the interaction of science and theology live long upon the face of the earth!

    Comment by Charles Kinnaird — January 11, 2010 @ 11:02 am

  2. Didn’t finish the paper entirely (10 pages is a little long for much lunch break), but nonetheless enjoyed the read. Thanks for sharing.

    ~Andrew
    what is the bible?

    Comment by Andrew — February 4, 2010 @ 11:23 am

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