The Human Person in Science and Theology (2020)

The Human Person in Science and Theology Niels Henrik Gregersen The Human Person in Science and Theology The concept of personhood is an issue of central importance for both science and theology This new volume written by leading American and European scholars Dennis Bielfeldt Niels Henrik Gregersen Ph
  • Title: The Human Person in Science and Theology
  • Author: Niels Henrik Gregersen
  • ISBN: 9780802838933
  • Page: 128
  • Format: Paperback
The Human Person in Science and Theology Niels Henrik Gregersen The concept of personhood is an issue of central importance for both science and theology This new volume written by leading American and European scholars Dennis Bielfeldt, Niels Henrik Gregersen, Philip Hefner, Hugo Lagerkrantz, Mary Midgley, John A Teske, Fraser Watts, and Michael Welker explores personhood from scientific and theological perspectives and introdThe concept of personhood is an issue of central importance for both science and theology This new volume written by leading American and European scholars Dennis Bielfeldt, Niels Henrik Gregersen, Philip Hefner, Hugo Lagerkrantz, Mary Midgley, John A Teske, Fraser Watts, and Michael Welker explores personhood from scientific and theological perspectives and introduces a new biocultural paradigm for understanding the person as a relational being.
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  1. Joseph Sverker

    This was a very good and interesting read and or less exactly relevant for my research on the interchange between biology and and theology on the question of human personhood Gregersen s introductory chapter might be the most relevant where he succeeds in covering much ground about both biology and social sciences and shows the relevance of a theological input in the discussion about the human being.There is much discussion about emergence and what that means for causation Is it possible to acc [...]

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