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John Polkinghorne, science and religion from theoretical physics





This article presents, comments and discusses John Polkinghorne’s thinking. Through his person’s semblanza and presentation of his contribution to science/religion dialogue from theoretical physics, his epistemology, his assessment of some ideas of classical metaphysics, the plausibility of God’s creative fundamentality, the congruence of the changing, living and human world with the idea of God, and the plausibility of divine action in the world from quantum mechanics and chaos dynamics are analysed, concluding with the concept and dimensions of kenotic creation. All of this involves topical discussions such as his vision of the panelanism, dualism of double appearance, emergentism, divine action, active information, kenotic creation, etc.

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