Human Person in Science and Theology
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The concept of personhood is an issue of central importance for both science and theology. This new volume written by leading American and European scholars -- Dennis Bielfeldt, Niels Henrik Gregersen, Philip Hefner, Hugo Lagerkrantz, Mary Midgley, John A. Teske, Fraser Watts, and Michael Welker -- explores personhood from scientific and theological perspectives and introduces a new biocultural paradigm for understanding the person as a relational being.
Niels Henrik Gregersen is Professor of Systematic Theology and Co-Director of the Centre of Naturalism and Christian Semantics, both at the University of Copenhagen. He has won several international research awards, including one from the John Templeton Foundation for work on the constructive interface between science and religion.
Gorman is Associate Professor in the Department of Theology and Religious Studies at Lund University, Sweden.
Willem B. Drees ( Drs., Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam, Ph.D, Groningen University) is professor of philosophy of religion and ethics at Leiden University, the Netherlands, President of ESSSAT, and author of Religion, Science and Naturalism (Cambridge UP, 1996), and Creation: From Nothing until Now (Routledge, 2001).