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New Maps for Old: Explorations in Science and Religion epub

by Allan Melvin Russell,Mary Gerhart


New Maps for Old: Explorations in Science and Religion epub

ISBN: 0826413382

ISBN13: 978-0826413383

Author: Allan Melvin Russell,Mary Gerhart

Category: Spirituality

Subcategory: Religious Studies

Language: English

Publisher: Continuum (May 1, 2001)

Pages: 220 pages

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New Maps For Old book. In their efforts to map science Mary Gerhart and Allan Russell have been writing articles on science and religion together for twenty-five years.

New Maps For Old book. Mary Gerhart and Allan Russell have been writing articles on science and. Their collaboration developed out of the conviction that both science and theology are today such highly developed and complicated fields that their interaction is best studied by two persons one from each field working together. This collection of eleven essays, written jointly by the authors, argues.

by Mary Gerhart and Allan Melvin Russell. This collection of eleven essays, written jointly by the authors, argues that science and religion should be seen as mutually enriching worldviews with no need of reconciliation.

Mary Gerhart and Allan Russell have been writing articles on science and religion together for 25 years

Mary Gerhart and Allan Russell have been writing articles on science and religion together for 25 years.

New York: Continuum, 2001.

Allan Melvin Russell. Mary Gerhart Excerpts from Chapters 1 and 3 of New Maps for Old: Explorations in Science and Religion (Gerhart and Russell 2001) explore the ramifications of metaphoric process fo. . Six divine conjectures frame the place of Theóne (The One to Whom we pray) in the creation of our universe and for its continuing development in five subsequent stages into a loving universe. The first stage, the cosmological universe, establishes the laws of nature, understood by scientists as the standard model. Excerpts from Chapters 1 and 3 of New Maps for Old: Explorations in Science and Religion (Gerhart and Russell 2001) explore the ramifications of metaphoric process for changes in thinking, especially those changes that lead to a new understanding of our world.

Lou Ann Trost, Council for a Parliament of the World’s Religions.

Mary, Gerhart, and Allan Melvin. Russell, New Maps for Old: Explorations in Science and Religion. New York: Continuum International, 2001. Lou Ann Trost, Council for a Parliament of the World’s Religions.

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Conventional understandings in science and religion - Introduction to part one - Experience - Scientific and religious method - - New understandings through . Russell, Allan Melvin.

Conventional understandings in science and religion - Introduction to part one - Experience - Scientific and religious method - - New understandings through metaphor - Introduction to part two - A theory of metaphor - Two metaphors - Ontologies - Truths and theories - New worlds - new meanings.

Mary Gerhart and Allan Russell have been writing articles on science and religion together for twenty-five years. Their collaboration developed out of the conviction that both science and theology are today such highly developed and complicated fields that their interaction is best studied by two persons—one from each field—working together. In their efforts to map science and theology together, these are some of the questions they address:+ Do theologians and scientists see the same thing when they look at the world?+ Does myth play a role in science as it does in religion?+ How do metaphors function in science and religion?+ Why don't religious understandings change in a rational way—the way understandings in science do?+ Is theology required to take account of all of natural science when natural science is allowed to pick and choose the mathematics it uses?+ If we think of science as having "texts," can we apply to them the hermeneutical methods of religion? + When scientists and theologians discuss religious ideas, what (literary) form does their discussion take?+ Can the "weirdness" found in quantum physics provide an insight into the way God acts in the world?+ How are the design and construction of anthropomorphic robots like the creation of Adam and Eve?>