God, Chance, and Purpose: Can God Have It Both Ways?

Cambridge University Press (2008)
Abstract
The thesis of this book is that chance is neither unreal nor non-existent but an integral part of God's creation.
Keywords Chance  Intelligent design (Teleology  Providence and government of God
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Call number BD595.B378 2008
ISBN(s) 9780521880855   0521707080   9780521707084   0521880858   9780511807701
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