God and physical cosmology

Faith and Philosophy 22 (5):521-527 (2005)
As the dialogue between science and religion has grown more robust, Christians have been led to more nuanced ways of thinking about the connections between these two modes of inquiry. This essay focuses on exploring various deficiencies in naturalistic conceptions of the cosmos, and further exploring how Eastern Orthodox theology provides a more encompassing picture of human beings and their place in the cosmos
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DOI 10.5840/faithphil200522516
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