|Harry Lee Poe|
While reading God and the Cosmos, I detected four major themes:
1. Current popular and much academic thinking about God and the natural sciences is dominated by an Aristotelian framework that modern science has actually discredited.
2. Modern research in the natural sciences demonstrates that far from being a closed order, the universe is open to interaction, interference, modification, and so on by both humans and God.
|Jimmy H. Davis|
4. In all this, “God” must be understood as the triune God testified to in the story of Scripture. No other conception of God will do, as no other God is both transcendent and immanent.
So, in short, if you’re researching divine action, you should give God and the Cosmos some time. It deserves it.