Walter Hicks wrote:
> Well stated, George.
> How might one obtain copies of PCSF? I can only find a few articles
> on the web.
Thanks. The asa homepage (www.asa3.org) has a link to a list of
libraries that have the journal
& many articles, including the one I noted below, can be accessed
through the "Dynamic Directory of PSCF articles." This one is PSCF3-01
George L. Murphy
"The Science-Theology Interface"
George murphy wrote:
>> 1) Scientists qua scientists say nothing at all about how God
>> acts but only about how natural processes occur within the world.
>> Speaking about how God does or does not act in relation to those
>> processes is a matter of theology rather than natural science.
>> 2) I have not said that suggestions of God's direct action
>> outside "the limits of the patterns characterizing natural
>> processes" is invalid but IMO the best theological approach,
>> consistent with the belief that God's character is revealed most
>> fully in the cross, is to emphasize that God does, as much as
>> possible, act withinin those limits. For more detail see my article
>> "Chiasmic Cosmology and Creation's Functional Integrity" in the
>> March 2001 PSCF.
>> 3) Certainty God interacts with the universe. The question at
>> issue here has been "How?"
>> George L. Murphy
>> "The Science-Theology Interface"
> Walt Hicks <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> In any consistent theory, there must
> exist true but not provable statements.
> (Godel's Theorem)
> You can only find the truth with logic
> If you have already found the truth
> without it. (G.K. Chesterton)
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