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Perspectives on divine action: reflections on the theological legitimacy of approaches to divine action in the V.O./C.T.N.S. series “scientific perspectives on divine action.”

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This thesis critically appraises the theological legitimacy of theories of divine action (TDAs) posited by four principal contributors to the VO/CTNS series "Scientific Perspectives on Divine Action." Wesley Wildman is chosen for his staunch apophaticism; Robert Russell because of his appeal to objective and noninterventionist divine action and his ontology of quantum indeterminism; John Polkinghorne because of his reliance on kenotic theology to underpin free-process theodicy and his onto...

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DPhil
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Doctoral
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University of Oxford

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