By John Wilson,Vaughn Baker
Polkinghorne ably helps his thesis with a powerful argument for the resurrection outfitted at the kenotic acts of God. His thesis sees Christian eschatology because the introduction of hope--the center of religion. In Christian eschatology, as argued via Polkinhorne and supported within the paintings of Jurgen Moltmann and Nicholas T. Wright, Christ's presence isn't a few remote occasion, yet current reality.
"Wilson has given us a outstanding window within the position of technological know-how, modern tradition, and Christianity. With an evangelistic ear and eye, he has given the Church and the Academy a priceless source in navigating the terrain that a few have thought of impassable."
--Michael J. Gehring, Senior Pastor, extensive road United Methodist Church, Statesville, NC; Adjunct Professor of Pastoral Theology, Hood Theological Seminary
"Science and theology have too usually been at odds in modernity. John Wilson seeks to right that clash, and during this important textual content, places prior to us a compelling source of ways John Polkinghorne's paintings presents assets to appreciate the church's project in gentle of physics and sleek technological know-how. . . . To people who are looking to cross deeper into the character of physics and the lifetime of theology, Wilson's publication will provide a superb first step."
--Andrew Kinsey, Pastor, Grace United Methodist Church, Franklin, IN
John Wilson joined the Sam Houston country collage physics college in 2009. Wilson, a retired deacon within the Texas Annual convention of the United Methodist Church, as well as his paintings in physics, devotes massive time to theology with specific curiosity within the discussion of faith with science--supported along with his having received a PhD in physics and a DTh in theology. In theology, he has generally tested the paintings of John C. Polkinghorne.
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A Physicist Examines Hope in the Resurrection: Examination of the Significance of the Work of John C. Polkinghorne for the Mission of the Church by John Wilson,Vaughn Baker