The Action of God in the World—A Synthesis of Process Thought in Science and Theology
A foundational belief of monotheistic religions is that God acts in the world. In this paper, the case is made that divine action has its origins in the molecular world. Within a metaphysical framework of process thought, a hypothesis is constructed in which God's action in the world, God's ‘initial aim' for all actualities, is divine motivation of chemical becoming.
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