Theologie und Naturwissenschaften

386. „Eschatology, Anthropology, and Concepts of Law“

„Eschatology, Anthropology, and Concepts of Law“, in: Michael Welker (Hg.), The Science and Religion Dialogue: Past and Future, Frankfurt u. a.: Peter Lang, 2014, 67-72. My academic background is in the areas of theology and philosophy. I did post-doctoral work on Alfred North Whitehead and thus got involved in the dialogue with natural scientists. [...]

385. „The Science and Religion Dialogue: Past and Future“

„The Science and Religion Dialogue: Past and Future“, in: Michael Welker (Hg.), The Science and Religion Dialogue: Past and Future, Frankfurt u. a.: Peter Lang, 2014, 15-17. My own serious interest in this dialogue dates back to a multi-year project at the Center of Theological Inquiry in Princeton, the CTI, in the early [...]

2017-09-14T16:35:15+00:00 2014|Categories: Aufsätze|Tags: |

384. The Science and Religion Dialogue: Past and Future

Herausgabe, The Science and Religion Dialogue: Past and Future, Frankfurt u. a.: Peter Lang, 2014. „Introduction“, 9f. This book documents a four-day conference in commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the birth of Sir John Templeton and of the 25th anniversary of the establishment of his John Templeton Foundation. It brought together about 60 active [...]

2017-09-14T16:33:18+00:00 2014|Categories: Herausgeber|Tags: |

355. „What is Creation? Subtle Insights from Genesis 1 Concerning the Order of the World“

„What is Creation? Subtle Insights from Genesis 1 Concerning the Order of the World“, in: David Marshall (Hg.), Science and Religion: Christian and Muslim Perspectives, Washington, DC: Georgetown University Press, 2012, 59-65. In contrast to overly simplistic ideas of God as primal cause and creation of being caused, we find a much [...]

2017-09-13T15:14:24+00:00 2012|Categories: Aufsätze|Tags: , |

348. „Processes of Discovery in Science and Theology: Bottom-up Approach, Critical Realism and Interdisciplinary Inspiration“

„Processes of Discovery in Science and Theology: Bottom-up Approach, Critical Realism and Interdisciplinary Inspiration“, in: Fraser Watts u. Christopher C. Knight (Hg.), God and the Scientist: Exploring the Work of John Polkinghorne, Ashgate Science and Religion Series, Ashgate: Farnham, Surrey / U.K. u. Burlington, VT / USA, 2012, 257-266. It is characteristic [...]

2017-09-13T15:10:07+00:00 2012|Categories: Aufsätze|Tags: |

345. The Spirit in Creation and New Creation: Science and Theology in Western and Orthodox Realms

a. Herausgabe, The Spirit in Creation and New Creation: Science and Theology in Western and Orthodox Realms, Grand Rapids u. Cambridge / U.K.: Eerdmans, 2012. „Introduction“, XI-XVI. Inhaltsverzeichnis und Einleitung (PDF) b. Übersetzung ins Russische von Sergii Bortnyk, Moskau: St. Tikhon Orthodox University Press, 2013.

343. The Theology and Science Dialogue: What Can Theology Contribute?

The Theology and Science Dialogue: What Can Theology Contribute?, Theologische Anstöße 3, Neukirchen-Vluyn: Neukirchener, 2012. In 2008 I had the great privilege to spend the summer term at the University of Cambridge and to give lectures at the Divinity School and the Faraday Institute. From various perspectives, they probed the question “What Can [...]

2017-09-14T13:34:55+00:00 2012|Categories: Monographien|Tags: |

340. „Theology and Science: Theological Impulses for the Dialogue“

„Theology and Science: Theological Impulses for the Dialogue“, in: Teologia XV (2/2011), 29-42. Abstract The author tries to establish a dialogue between theology and the natural sciences on topics of eschatology and when speaking about a reality of “spiritual” gifts, “spiritual” food, and, most provocatively, of the “spiritual body” of the resurrected. [...]

2017-09-13T15:07:12+00:00 2011|Categories: Aufsätze|Tags: |

339. „Introductory Essay: John C. Polkinghorne, Exploring Reality: The Intertwining of Science and Religion“

„Introductory Essay: John C. Polkinghorne, Exploring Reality: The Intertwining of Science and Religion“, in: Pranab K. Das (Hg.), A Companion to the ISSR Library of Science and Religion, Cambridge / UK: International Society for Science and Religion, 2011, 153-154. Volltext (PDF)

2017-05-23T07:08:39+00:00 2011|Categories: Aufsätze|Tags: |

328. „A feltámadás valósága. Teológia és természettudományok össze tudnak-e fogni az eszkatológiai témak értelmes megvitatására?“

„A feltámadás valósága. Teológia és természettudományok össze tudnak-e fogni az eszkatológiai témak értelmes megvitatására?“, in: Fekete Károly, Kustár Zoltán u. Kovács Ábrahám (Hg.), Átjárható Határok, FS Botond Gaál, Acta Theologica Debrecinensis 2, Debrecen: Debreceni Református Hittudományi Egyetem, 2011, 535-551. Volltext (PDF)

2017-05-23T07:08:44+00:00 2011|Categories: Aufsätze|Tags: |

312. „Schöpfung und Endlichkeit. Theologische und naturwissenschaftliche Perspektiven“

„Schöpfung und Endlichkeit. Theologische und naturwissenschaftliche Perspektiven“, in: Heinrich Bedford-Strohm (Hg.), Und Gott sah, dass es gut war. Schöpfung und Endlichkeit im Zeitalter der Klimakatastrophe, Neukirchen-Vluyn: Neukirchener, 2009, 15-28. Mit der Themenstellung »Schöpfung und Endlichkeit« signalisieren wir, dass es angesichts der Klimakatastrophe nicht darum gehen kann, eine »heile Welt« zu beschwören, die [...]

2017-09-13T14:55:43+00:00 2009|Categories: Aufsätze|Tags: , |

306. „Realismus und epistemologische Paradigmen der Theologie und Naturwissenschaften“

„Realismus und epistemologische Paradigmen der Theologie und Naturwissenschaften“, in: Wladimir Porus (Hg.), Wissenschaftliche und theologische epistemologische Paradigmen. Geschichtliche Dynamik und universale Grundlagen, Moskau: Biblisch-Theologisches Institut, 2009, 99-112.

260. „Science and Theology: Their Relation at the Beginning of the Third Millennium“

„Science and Theology: Their Relation at the Beginning of the Third Millennium“, in: Ph. Clayton u. Z. Simpson (Hg.), The Oxford Handbook of Religion and Science, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2006, 551-561. In order to enter into a meaningful dialogue with 'science', it is necessary to bring 'religion' on to an academic, [...]

2017-09-13T14:30:05+00:00 2006|Categories: Aufsätze|Tags: |

224. „The Addressee of Divine Sustenance, Rescue, Salvation and Elevation: Toward a Non-Reductive Understanding of Human Personhood“

„The Addressee of Divine Sustenance, Rescue, Salvation and Elevation: Toward a Non-Reductive Understanding of Human Personhood“, in: M. Jeeves (Hg.), From Cells to Souls –and Beyond: Changing Portraits of Human Nature, Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2004, 223-232. One of the most pressing problems in any interdisciplinary discourse about the human person is the [...]

2017-09-12T16:00:45+00:00 2004|Categories: Aufsätze|Tags: , |

189. „Springing Cultural Traps: The Science-and-Theology Discourse on Eschatology and the Common Good“

a. „Springing Cultural Traps: The Science-and-Theology Discourse on Eschatology and the Common Good“, in: Theology Today 58 (2001), 165-176.   There are many different definitions and theories of culture. The period between the late fifties and the late sixties saw intensive debates in the social and cultural sciences concerning the possibility of [...]