Table of contents for All that is : a naturalistic faith for the twenty-first century / Arthur Peacocke ; a theological proposal with responses from leading thinkers in the religion-science dialogue ; edited by Philip Clayton.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction, Philip Clayton
List of Contributors
A Naturalistic Christian Faith for the Twenty-First Century:
An Essay in Interpretation
Arthur Peacocke
Preface 				1 
Chapter1. Prologue: Naturalism, Theism, and Religion 		3 
Part I
 Philosophical and Theological Consequences of the Scientific Perspective	 
Chapter 2. Emergentist Monism 							14
Chapter 3. Theistic Naturalism							21
Chapter 4. Panentheism								27
Part II
 The Consequences for Theology of the Re-appraisal of the Natural		
 
Chapter 5. The Application of an "Emergentist / Naturalistic / Panentheistic"			
	Perspective								34
Chapter 6. Jesus of Nazareth _ A Naturalistic Interpretation 			38 
Chapter 7. Jesus the Christ _ A Naturalistic "Incarnation"?			47
Chapter 8. The Eucharist _ A Natural Enactment					55 
Chapter 9. God's Interaction with the World					58
Chapter 10. Transforming Grace							62
 Chapter 11 Conclusion								73
Appendix A: "God"									75 
Appendix B: A Short Life of Jesus							77 
Appendix C: God's Interaction with the World					78 
Responses
1. Willem B. Drees, "Some Words in Favour of Reductionism, Pantheism, Theism, and More"
2. Christopher C. Knight, "Emergence, Naturalism, and Panentheism: An Eastern Christian 
Perspective"
3. Karl E. Peters, "Empirical Theology and a 'Naturalistic Christian Faith'"
4. Donald Braxton, "Sacrament and Sacrifice: The Feedback Loops of Religious Community" 
5. Ann Pederson, "An Interpretive Reflection on the Juxtaposition of Naturalistic and Christian 
Faith: Consequences for Re-appraising the Natural from within a Different Theological Lens"
6. Nancey Murphy, "Peacocke: Postmodern Prophet"
7. Robert John Russell, "Arthur Peacocke on Method in Theology and Science and his Model of 
the Divine/World Interaction: An Appreciative Assessment"
8. Keith Ward, "Personhood, Spirit, and the Supernatural"
9. Philip Clayton, "On Divine and Human Agency: Reflections of a Co-Laborer"
10. Philip Hefner, "Arthur Peacocke's Theology of Possibilities"
Reflections on the Responses
Nunc Dimittis
Arthur Peacocke 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Religion and science.
Naturalism -- Religious aspects -- Christianity.