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Cosmic theology

Denys Rutledge

Cosmic theology

the ecclesiastical hierarchy of pseudo-Denys : an introduction

by Denys Rutledge

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Published by Alba House in Staten Island, N.Y .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pseudo-Dionysius, -- the Areopagite

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementby Denys Rutledge.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBR65.D64 D5 1965
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 212 p.
    Number of Pages212
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18718565M

    This book, God in Cosmic History, will dig beneath the apparent dichotomy to uncover what is underneath. Science does not actually preclude the “question of God.” Through Cosmic History this question can be asked and made more complex, interesting, and fruitful. With this book, theology has joined physics, geology, chemistry, biology,File Size: KB.   The idea is not to go through the book chapter-by-chapter, but to pick topics that run through both testaments. The first course will be about the motif of the cosmic mountain in biblical theology. The first course will be about the motif of the cosmic mountain in biblical theology.

    The Cosmic Adventure: Science, Religion and the Quest for Purpose (New York: Paulist Press, ). Nature and Purpose (Lanham, Md.: University Press of America, ). Religion and Self-Acceptance (New York: Paulist Press, ) -- winner of College Theology Society book award. Proverbs, Theology of. Proverb's theology consists of five aspects: (1) God has immutably structured both the cosmos and society; (2) God has revealed the social structure through this book; (3) the social structure consists of a nexus uniting deed and destiny; (4) adherence to the Lord's ordained structure is a matter of the heart; and (5) words are powerfully effective in shaping young hearts.

      In this book, Haught reveals the most significant and profound insights into the consonance between Christianity and biological evolution. Overall, Haught claims that when we perceive biological evolution from within the context of the bigger picture, (which includes the big bang and cosmic evolution), we see orchestration, beauty and purpose in the cosmos which wholly warrants the Cited by: John F. Haught, who received the Ph.D. from Catholic University, is professor of theology at Georgetown University. He has written extensively on religion and science. His books include The Revelation of God in History; What is God?, The Cosmic Adventure, Nature .


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