The Resource Spiritual Information : 100 Perspectives on Science and Religion : Essays in Honor of Sir John Templeton's 90-th Birthday

Spiritual Information : 100 Perspectives on Science and Religion : Essays in Honor of Sir John Templeton's 90-th Birthday

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Spiritual Information : 100 Perspectives on Science and Religion : Essays in Honor of Sir John Templeton's 90-th Birthday
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Spiritual Information
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100 Perspectives on Science and Religion : Essays in Honor of Sir John Templeton's 90-th Birthday
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Spiritual Information : 100 Perspectives on Science and Religion : Essays in Honor of Sir John Templeton's 90-th Birthday
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  • Contents -- Preface -- Acknowledgments -- Part One ̃ Perspectives on Sir John Templeton's Two Domains-Spiritual Capital and Spiritual Information -- 1. Spiritual Information and the Sense of Wonder: The Convergence of Spirituality and the Natural Sciences -- 2. Sir John Templeton's Three Passions -- 3. Spiritual Capital: A New Field ofResearch -- 4. Spiritual Capital as an Economic Force -- 5. Spiritual Entrepreneurism: Creating a Plan to Explore and Promote Spiritual Information -- 6. Global Spiritual Confusion and the Neglected Problem of Excess Spiritual Information -- 7. Science, Semiotics, and the Sacred: Seeking Spiritual Information in the Deep Structure ofReality -- 8. What Does a Slug Know of Mozart? Introducing the Ontological Multiverse -- 9. Complementarity -- Part Two ̃ Perspectives on the History-and Future-of the Science-Religion Dialog -- 10. In Praise of Contingency: Chance versus Inevitability in the Universe We Know -- 11. Historical Errors Impeding Progress in Science and Religion -- 12. The Longing of Johannes Kepler -- 13. The Spirit of Galileo -- 14. Eminent Scientists and Religious Belief -- 15. Biological Evolution, Quantum Mechanics, and Non-Interventionist Divine Action: New Research Promises Growth in Spiritual Knowledge -- 16. Religion, Global Trends, and Religious Futurology -- 17. "Playing God" -- 18. The New Cognitive Science of Religion -- 19. Exploring Inner Space in a New Age of Discovery: The Future of Scientific Survey Research in Religion -- 20. Theological Fiction and the Future -- Part Three ̃ Perspectives from Cosmology, Physics, and Astronomy -- 21. Outward Bound -- 22. An Echo ofAncient Questions from Contemporary Cosmology -- 23. Progress in Scientific and Spiritual Understanding -- 24. The Universe-What's the Point? -- 25. Choose Your Own Universe -- 26. The Goldilocks Universe: Finesse and Firepower
  • 27. Emergent Realities in the Cosmos -- 28. Cosmic Order and Divine Word -- 29. Science ofthe Unseen: A Perspective from Contemporary Physics -- 30. Design and the Designer: New Concepts, New Challenges -- 31. Henderson's "Fine-Tuning Argument": Time for Rediscovery -- 32. What God "Whispers" through Radio Telescopes -- Part Four ̃ Perspectives from Quantum Mechanics, Mathematics, and Symbolic Logic -- 33. The "Trialistic" Structure in Physics: New Insights for Metaphysics and Natural Theology -- 34. On the Perennial Oneness of Being -- 35. Quantum Logic and the God-World Relationship: A New Resource for Exploring Modern Christian Theology -- 36. Between Mathematics and Transcendence: The Search for the Spiritual Dimension of Scientific Discovery -- 37. Rejecting the Realm of Numbers -- 38. Is God a Mathematician? -- 39. Mathematical Theology -- 45. Do Quantum Experiments Challenge Kant's Criticism of the Proofs for the Existence of God? -- 46. Proofor Persuasion? -- 47. From Information to Spirit: A Sketch for a New Anthropology -- Part Five ̃ Perspectives on Evolution and Purpose -- 48. Do Chimpanzees Have Souls? Possible Precursors of Religious Behavior in Animals -- 49. Shamanic Practices in the Painted Caves of Europe -- 50. Naturalistic Spiritual Information -- 51. Hath Darwin Suffered a Prophet's Scorn? Evolutionary Theory and the Scandal of Unconditional Love -- 52. Living Purpose: The Study of Purpose in the Living World as a Source of New Spiritual Information -- 53.The Evolution of Altruism: From Game Theory to Human Language -- 54.The Form of Freedom -- Part Six ̃ Perspectives on Sociology and Ethics -- 55. Preparing the Way for the Lord: Evolution, Christianity, and the Dialog on Moral Freedom -- 56. Planetary Spiritual (In)formation: From Biological to Religious Evolution -- 57. Is There a Place for "Scientific" Studies of Religion?
  • 58. Sociology and Spiritual Information: Challenging "Obvious" Opinions -- 59. The Emergence of Ethics from Science: An Examination of the Ideals of Einstein and Gandhi -- 60. Science in the Service of Meaninglessness Sociological Change and the Decline of Faith -- 61. Secularization and the Sciences -- Part Seven ̃ Perspectives on Religion and Health -- 62. The Faith Factor in Medicine, the Health Factor in Religion: Reflections on a New Research Tradition -- 63. Heal Thyself: Spirituality, Medicine, and Misunderstandings -- 64. Can the Body Heal the Spirit? -- 65. Mental Health, Spiritual Information, and the Power of the Mind to Shape the Brain -- 66. Navajo Spirituality: Native American Wisdom and Healing in the Modern World -- 67. Of Monocytes and the Spiritual Man -- 68. Miracles Confront Materialism: A Scientist Reflects on the Life of Christian Healer Dorothy Kerin -- Part Eight ̃ Perspectives on Contemplation and the Virtues -- 69. Reflection and Its Use: From Source to Meditation -- 70. Disgust and Elevation: Opposing Sources of Spiritual Information -- 71. Goodness Matters -- 72. Psychological Science and Spiritual Pursuits -- 73. Spiritual Giftedness: Identifying and Measuring "Religious Genius" -- 74. Research on Forgiveness: Ten Lessons Learned (So Far) -- 75. Giving Thanks: Psychological Research on Gratitude and Praise -- 76. "Ecce Homo": To Welcome the Suffering Is the Sign of Our Humanity -- 77. Unlimited Love -- Part Nine ̃ Perspectives from Theology and Philosophy -- 78. If Theologians Do Not Measure, Can They Measure Up? Rules for Acquiring Spiritual Information -- 79. God, Spiritual Information, and Downward Causation -- 80. The Value of Risk-Taking: Human Evolution and the Love ofGod -- 81. A New Relationship between Theology and Science? -- 82. The Emergence of Spirit
  • 83. A Sense of Calling as a Clue to the Character of the Universe -- 84. The Role of Discernment in Seeking Spiritual Knowledge -- 85. Spiritual Information for Integral Transformation -- 86. Reading an Unfinished Universe: Science and the Question of Cosmic Purpose -- 87. The Dawn of the Clone Age: Where Might Wisdom Be Found? -- 88. Moving in Mysterious Waves: Music, Meter, Silence, and Hope -- 89. Grasping Eternity: Notions of God and Time -- 90. Divine Temporality and Human Experience of Time -- Part Ten ̃ Perspectives from World Religions -- 91. Progress in Religion? Interfaith Opportunities -- 92. Interfaith Dialog in the Global World: Theological and Intellectual Constructs for the Future -- 93. Humility and the Future of Islam -- 94. Brahman and Progress: By What Knowledge Is the Spirit Known? -- 95. The Scientific Frontier of the Inner Spirit -- 96. From Biblical Story to the Science of Society: How Judaism Reads Scripture -- 97. Technology and Human Dignity -- 98. Pentecostal/Charismatic Worship: A Window for Research -- 99. Catholicism and Science: Renewing the Conversation -- 100. Quest for the Flame of the Spirit: The Pilgrim Soul Follows the "Kindly Light" -- Contributors
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Spiritual Information : 100 Perspectives on Science and Religion : Essays in Honor of Sir John Templeton's 90-th Birthday
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Contents
  • Contents -- Preface -- Acknowledgments -- Part One ̃ Perspectives on Sir John Templeton's Two Domains-Spiritual Capital and Spiritual Information -- 1. Spiritual Information and the Sense of Wonder: The Convergence of Spirituality and the Natural Sciences -- 2. Sir John Templeton's Three Passions -- 3. Spiritual Capital: A New Field ofResearch -- 4. Spiritual Capital as an Economic Force -- 5. Spiritual Entrepreneurism: Creating a Plan to Explore and Promote Spiritual Information -- 6. Global Spiritual Confusion and the Neglected Problem of Excess Spiritual Information -- 7. Science, Semiotics, and the Sacred: Seeking Spiritual Information in the Deep Structure ofReality -- 8. What Does a Slug Know of Mozart? Introducing the Ontological Multiverse -- 9. Complementarity -- Part Two ̃ Perspectives on the History-and Future-of the Science-Religion Dialog -- 10. In Praise of Contingency: Chance versus Inevitability in the Universe We Know -- 11. Historical Errors Impeding Progress in Science and Religion -- 12. The Longing of Johannes Kepler -- 13. The Spirit of Galileo -- 14. Eminent Scientists and Religious Belief -- 15. Biological Evolution, Quantum Mechanics, and Non-Interventionist Divine Action: New Research Promises Growth in Spiritual Knowledge -- 16. Religion, Global Trends, and Religious Futurology -- 17. "Playing God" -- 18. The New Cognitive Science of Religion -- 19. Exploring Inner Space in a New Age of Discovery: The Future of Scientific Survey Research in Religion -- 20. Theological Fiction and the Future -- Part Three ̃ Perspectives from Cosmology, Physics, and Astronomy -- 21. Outward Bound -- 22. An Echo ofAncient Questions from Contemporary Cosmology -- 23. Progress in Scientific and Spiritual Understanding -- 24. The Universe-What's the Point? -- 25. Choose Your Own Universe -- 26. The Goldilocks Universe: Finesse and Firepower
  • 27. Emergent Realities in the Cosmos -- 28. Cosmic Order and Divine Word -- 29. Science ofthe Unseen: A Perspective from Contemporary Physics -- 30. Design and the Designer: New Concepts, New Challenges -- 31. Henderson's "Fine-Tuning Argument": Time for Rediscovery -- 32. What God "Whispers" through Radio Telescopes -- Part Four ̃ Perspectives from Quantum Mechanics, Mathematics, and Symbolic Logic -- 33. The "Trialistic" Structure in Physics: New Insights for Metaphysics and Natural Theology -- 34. On the Perennial Oneness of Being -- 35. Quantum Logic and the God-World Relationship: A New Resource for Exploring Modern Christian Theology -- 36. Between Mathematics and Transcendence: The Search for the Spiritual Dimension of Scientific Discovery -- 37. Rejecting the Realm of Numbers -- 38. Is God a Mathematician? -- 39. Mathematical Theology -- 45. Do Quantum Experiments Challenge Kant's Criticism of the Proofs for the Existence of God? -- 46. Proofor Persuasion? -- 47. From Information to Spirit: A Sketch for a New Anthropology -- Part Five ̃ Perspectives on Evolution and Purpose -- 48. Do Chimpanzees Have Souls? Possible Precursors of Religious Behavior in Animals -- 49. Shamanic Practices in the Painted Caves of Europe -- 50. Naturalistic Spiritual Information -- 51. Hath Darwin Suffered a Prophet's Scorn? Evolutionary Theory and the Scandal of Unconditional Love -- 52. Living Purpose: The Study of Purpose in the Living World as a Source of New Spiritual Information -- 53.The Evolution of Altruism: From Game Theory to Human Language -- 54.The Form of Freedom -- Part Six ̃ Perspectives on Sociology and Ethics -- 55. Preparing the Way for the Lord: Evolution, Christianity, and the Dialog on Moral Freedom -- 56. Planetary Spiritual (In)formation: From Biological to Religious Evolution -- 57. Is There a Place for "Scientific" Studies of Religion?
  • 58. Sociology and Spiritual Information: Challenging "Obvious" Opinions -- 59. The Emergence of Ethics from Science: An Examination of the Ideals of Einstein and Gandhi -- 60. Science in the Service of Meaninglessness Sociological Change and the Decline of Faith -- 61. Secularization and the Sciences -- Part Seven ̃ Perspectives on Religion and Health -- 62. The Faith Factor in Medicine, the Health Factor in Religion: Reflections on a New Research Tradition -- 63. Heal Thyself: Spirituality, Medicine, and Misunderstandings -- 64. Can the Body Heal the Spirit? -- 65. Mental Health, Spiritual Information, and the Power of the Mind to Shape the Brain -- 66. Navajo Spirituality: Native American Wisdom and Healing in the Modern World -- 67. Of Monocytes and the Spiritual Man -- 68. Miracles Confront Materialism: A Scientist Reflects on the Life of Christian Healer Dorothy Kerin -- Part Eight ̃ Perspectives on Contemplation and the Virtues -- 69. Reflection and Its Use: From Source to Meditation -- 70. Disgust and Elevation: Opposing Sources of Spiritual Information -- 71. Goodness Matters -- 72. Psychological Science and Spiritual Pursuits -- 73. Spiritual Giftedness: Identifying and Measuring "Religious Genius" -- 74. Research on Forgiveness: Ten Lessons Learned (So Far) -- 75. Giving Thanks: Psychological Research on Gratitude and Praise -- 76. "Ecce Homo": To Welcome the Suffering Is the Sign of Our Humanity -- 77. Unlimited Love -- Part Nine ̃ Perspectives from Theology and Philosophy -- 78. If Theologians Do Not Measure, Can They Measure Up? Rules for Acquiring Spiritual Information -- 79. God, Spiritual Information, and Downward Causation -- 80. The Value of Risk-Taking: Human Evolution and the Love ofGod -- 81. A New Relationship between Theology and Science? -- 82. The Emergence of Spirit
  • 83. A Sense of Calling as a Clue to the Character of the Universe -- 84. The Role of Discernment in Seeking Spiritual Knowledge -- 85. Spiritual Information for Integral Transformation -- 86. Reading an Unfinished Universe: Science and the Question of Cosmic Purpose -- 87. The Dawn of the Clone Age: Where Might Wisdom Be Found? -- 88. Moving in Mysterious Waves: Music, Meter, Silence, and Hope -- 89. Grasping Eternity: Notions of God and Time -- 90. Divine Temporality and Human Experience of Time -- Part Ten ̃ Perspectives from World Religions -- 91. Progress in Religion? Interfaith Opportunities -- 92. Interfaith Dialog in the Global World: Theological and Intellectual Constructs for the Future -- 93. Humility and the Future of Islam -- 94. Brahman and Progress: By What Knowledge Is the Spirit Known? -- 95. The Scientific Frontier of the Inner Spirit -- 96. From Biblical Story to the Science of Society: How Judaism Reads Scripture -- 97. Technology and Human Dignity -- 98. Pentecostal/Charismatic Worship: A Window for Research -- 99. Catholicism and Science: Renewing the Conversation -- 100. Quest for the Flame of the Spirit: The Pilgrim Soul Follows the "Kindly Light" -- Contributors
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1 online resource (624 pages)
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9781599470726
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2017. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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