[asa] Boyle, MN and divine agency

From: Douglas Hayworth <haythere.doug@gmail.com>
Date: Fri Apr 17 2009 - 08:20:23 EDT


I lost the original thread, so I've had to start fresh. Cameron asked about
Boyle's view of origins vs. operations. I'd like to ask your thoughts about
the other end of the spectrum. How did Boyle's reconcile God's governance
vs. nature's operational causation in the current activity of creation? Did
he allow for both to be possible at the same time, or was he more deistic
(God's activity is all front-loaded)? That may not be the best way to ask
the question, but I think you get the idea.

FYI: I won't be able to reply with comments in the next few days, as I'll be
traveling and on vacation.


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