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Evolution From Creation to New Creation

Ted PetersMartinez Hewlett

Evolution From Creation to New Creation

Ted PetersMartinez Hewlett

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Today's seminary students often come to their graduate work with little or no knowledge of science or theology; yet they most certainly have opinions about evolution, as will their future congregants. How can such students plunge into the whirlpool of controversy that surrounds the heated debates between science and theology? How can they negotiate the often ideological waters of Darwinism, NeoDarwinism, Social Darwinism, Sociobiology, Youth Earth Creationism, Intelligent Design, and Theistic Evolution? Here the authors answer these questions, offer a bridge for understanding the inner coherence and passion of each stream of thought, and lead to a constructive proposal: evolution in natural history is part of God's method for carrying the creation from its origin to its consummation in the eschatological new creation.

- Publisher With theological and scientific expertise, Peters and Hewlett provide a careful and balanced analysis of the wide spectrum of debate between religious faith and biological evolution. Sensitive to the nuances of current, often contentious, argument, the authors clearly distinguish the major players and offer their own constructive theological vision.

- Publisher

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About "Evolution From Creation to New Creation"

Today's seminary students often come to their graduate work with little or no knowledge of science or theology; yet they most certainly have opinions about evolution, as will their future congregants. How can such students plunge into the whirlpool of controversy that surrounds the heated debates between science and theology? How can they negotiate the often ideological waters of Darwinism, NeoDarwinism, Social Darwinism, Sociobiology, Youth Earth Creationism, Intelligent Design, and Theistic Evolution? Here the authors answer these questions, offer a bridge for understanding the inner coherence and passion of each stream of thought, and lead to a constructive proposal: evolution in natural history is part of God's method for carrying the creation from its origin to its consummation in the eschatological new creation.
- Publisher

With theological and scientific expertise, Peters and Hewlett provide a careful and balanced analysis of the wide spectrum of debate between religious faith and biological evolution. Sensitive to the nuances of current, often contentious, argument, the authors clearly distinguish the major players and offer their own constructive theological vision.
- Publisher

Meet the Authors

Ted Peters

TED PETERS is a specialist in the dialogue between science and religion, a systematic theologian, and a Lutheran pastor. He is Professor of Systematic Theology and Interim President of Pacific Lutheran theological Seminary at the Graduate School in Berkeley, California. Currently he is the editor of Dialog: A journal of Theology, and coeditor of Theology and Science. He has written and edited numerous books, articles, and theological journals.

Martinez Hewlett

Hewlett is an Associate Professor of Molecular and Cellular Biology at the University of Arizona.

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Product Details
  • Catalogue Code 232616
  • Product Code 0687023742
  • EAN 9780687023745
  • Pages 160
  • Department Academic
  • Category Science
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Abingdon Press
  • Publication Date Nov 2003
  • Dimensions 228 x 164 x 15 mm
  • Weight 0.324kg

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