Divine Action and Modern Science

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Divine Action and Modern Science
Author Nicholas Saunders
Publisher Cambridge University Press
Publication date

Divine Action and Modern Science (2002) is a book written by Nicholas Saunders. It looks at Near Eastern biblical and modern theological approaches to the idea of divine action, covering such questions as how divine action occurs, what its effects are, the relationship between divine and finite causation and complementarity versus mutual exclusivity. Saunders concludes that God is active in the physical world, but not as described by traditional accounts.[1]


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  1. ^ David Atkinson, Words and works, Times Literary Supplement, January 9, 2004 issue 5258 p27(1)