Author is winner of 2001 Templeton Prize for Progress in Religion, worth $1 million dollars.
By applying the principles of scientific thought to theological matters, Arthur Peacocke argues that the divine principle is at work behind all aspects of existence - both spiritual and physical. This study tackles head-on such fundamental issues as how evolution can be reconciled with creation, and the relationship between Newton, causality and divine action. He concludes with an optimistic new theology for our brave new world,
'Has the mark of a classic in the making?' Philip Hefner, Editor, Zygon 'Arthur Peacocke has brought together in clear and eminently readable form his conclusions from three decades of creative reflection and writing on science and religion.' Ian Barbour, Winner of the 1999 Templeton Prize for Progress in Religion