Incarnation and Physics: Natural Science in the Theology of Thomas F. Torrance
Oxford University Press, 15 août 2002 - 240 pages
Thomas F. Torrance is the most prominent theologian to have taken seriously the challenge posed to theology by the natural sciences. His model for interaction between the two disciplines is based on the theological heart of the Church: the Incarnation. Luoma here offers a thorough overview and critique of Torrance's insights into the theology-science dialogue.
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