Divine Intervention: Metaphysical and Epistemological Puzzles
|Abstract||Introduction -- How does God do things? -- Divine governance and the laws of nature -- Trouble with time -- Eternal God as author of nature -- What can God know? -- Healed hearts, inspired minds -- Mystical revelations -- Is science a mystic's friend?|
|Keywords||Causation Providence and government of God Philosophical theology|
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|Call number||BD591.F35 2010|
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