Discovery and Theology

Among the reforms needed for a relevant Christian theology today is a capacity for discovery. One of the chief powers of modern science is its ability to discover hidden areas of reality and bring them to our understanding. Science by its success in continually finding new levels and dimensions in n...

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Published in:Scottish journal of theology
Main Author: Gelwick, Richard
Format: Electronic Article
Language:English
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Published: Cambridge Univ. Press 1975
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In: Scottish journal of theology
Year: 1975, Volume: 28, Issue: 4, Pages: 301-321
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Summary:Among the reforms needed for a relevant Christian theology today is a capacity for discovery. One of the chief powers of modern science is its ability to discover hidden areas of reality and bring them to our understanding. Science by its success in continually finding new levels and dimensions in nature testifies regularly that life is interesting and dynamic. The example of science has yet to be followed in theology which may explain why the layman today does not really expect much from theologians except the trite clichés of the past.
ISSN:1475-3065
Contains:Enthalten in: Scottish journal of theology
Persistent identifiers:DOI: 10.1017/S0036930600024364