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by Creighton Peden,Charles Willig,Henry Nelson Wieman

Science Serving Faith (AAR Studies in Religion) download ebook
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1555401325
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978-1555401320
Author:
Creighton Peden,Charles Willig,Henry Nelson Wieman
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Oxford University Press; 1 edition (January 2, 1987)
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This book combines Wieman's intellectual autobiography with an analysis of his thought . Theological Study; VII. In The Pastorate; VIII.

This book combines Wieman's intellectual autobiography with an analysis of his thought and concldes with a dialogue between Peden and Wieman, combining in one volume a broader introduction to Wieman's role at the University of Chicago's Divinity School, in American philosophy, as well as in American liberal religious thought.

Towards the close of his long and brilliant career as the preeminent spokesperson for empirical theology, Henry Nelson Wieman (1884-1975) began writing Science Serving Faith, clearly intending it to be his major statement on Christology. This ambitious work would give the fullest expression to his belief that only when science is put to the service of the Christian religion can the revelation of God in Christ be made intelligible so that people can understand this revelation and commit themselves in faith to divine creativity. Before putting the unfinished manuscript aside, Wieman had relatively complete drafts of chapters one through eight, and a sketch of chapter nine. The editors of this volume have now made available one of Wieman's last and most intriguing theological statements.