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God in Cosmic History: A Critical Response to Ted Peters

God in Cosmic History: A Critical Response to Ted Peters

Nancy R. Howell

Saint Paul School of Theology (Professor of Theology and Philosophy of Religion and Oubri A. Poppele Professor of Health and Welfare Ministries)

Email: howellnr@spst.edu

 

ABSTRACT

In his new book, God in Cosmic History, Ted Peters carries Big History beyond the scientific horizon to reflect on the God of creation and redemption. In critique, I ask two questions: (1) What does Peters’ Cosmic History contribute to addressing the issue of particularity? (2) In what ways does Peters lead us to deeper thinking about the nature of God? Surely, reflection on these two questions will show that Peters has generated a fruitful method for and approach to Cosmic History.
 

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Science, Religion and Culture

December

Vol. 4, Sp. Iss. 2 Pages 1-101

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