165. „Schöpfung, Gottesbegriff und Menschenbild im Christentum“

a. „Schöpfung, Gottesbegriff und Menschenbild im Christentum“, in: Peter Koslowski (Hg.), Gottesbegriff, Weltursprung und Menschenbild in den Weltreligionen. Diskurs der Weltreligionen I, München: Fink, 2000, 95-111.

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b. „Creation, the Concept of God, and the Nature of the Human Person in Christianity“, in: Peter Koslowski (Hg.), The Concept of God, the Origin of the World, and the Image of Humankind in the World Religions, Dordrecht: Kluwer, 2001, 80-94.

Does the universe have to be so fantastically wide and large to bring forth this small world with its creatures and its relatively short cultural history? The answer was, Yes, the universe had to be so immensely large to bring forth people like you and me. It had to bring forth systems of stars which in their turn had to disappear to produce the star dust from which the living beings of this world are made. You can say, This is just chance. But you can also say, I should like to know why things happened that way.

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