Creation: the impact of an idea

Nature. Introduction: two philosophies of nature, by D. O'Connor. The Christian doctrine of creation and the rise of modern natural science, by M. Foster. Christian theology and the Newtonian science: the rise of the concept of the laws of nature, by F. Oakley. What accelerated technological pr...

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Main Author: O'Connor, Daniel
Format: Print Book
Language:English
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Published: New York Scribner 1969
In:Year: 1969
Series/Journal:Scribner source books in religion
Further subjects:B Creation Addresses, essays, lectures
B Theology Addresses, essays, lectures
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Summary:Nature. Introduction: two philosophies of nature, by D. O'Connor. The Christian doctrine of creation and the rise of modern natural science, by M. Foster. Christian theology and the Newtonian science: the rise of the concept of the laws of nature, by F. Oakley. What accelerated technological progress in the Western Middle Ages? By L. White, Jr.--Man. Introduction: the human and the divine, by D. O'Connor. The problem of time, by E. Brunner. Letter and spirit, by E. Frank. Christian optimism, by E. Gilson.--Society. Introduction: the sacral norm, by F. Oakley. Kingship in Israel and in Babylon, by A. T. van Leeuwen. Christianity changes the conditions of government, by N. Fustel de Coulanges. The Western church and the post-Roman world, by T. M. Parker. Medieval canon law and Western constitutionalism, by B. Tierney. Epilogue. Jewish and Christian elements in the Western philosophical tradition, by H. Jonas. An introductory bibliography: p. 259-262.
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