Table of contents for The historicity of nature : essays on science and theology / Wolfhart Pannenberg ; introduction by Niels Henrik Gregersen.

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Contents
Introduction by Niels Henrik Gregersen
Part One: Methodolgy
1: Theology Examines its Status and Methodology
2: ¿Is There Any Truth in God-Talk?¿ The Theoretical Scientific Problem of Theological Statements
Part Two: Creation and Nature¿s Historicity
3: Theology of Creation and the Natural Sciences
4: Problems between Science and Theology in the Course of its Modern History
5: Providence, God, and Eschatology
6: A Dialogue: God as Spirit¿and Natural Science
Part Three: Religion and Anthropology
7: Religion and Human Nature
8: Human Life: Creation Versus Evolution?
9: Consciousness and Spirit
10: The Human Being as Person
11: Aggression and the Theological Doctrine of Sin
Part Four: Meaning and Metaphysics
12: Meaning, Religion, and the Question of God
13: Eternity, Time, and Space
14: Atomism, Duration, Form: Difficulties with Process Philosophy
15: A LIBERAL LOGOS CHRISTOLOGY: THE CHRISTOLOGY OF JOHN COBB
16: A Modern Cosmology: God and the Resurrection of the Dead

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Religion and science.