The late Canadian theologian Arthur Gibson used Christian theology as a hermeneutical tool for interpreting contemporary discoveries and movements in the arts and sciences. This collection of his works has been prepared from several typed versions with the assistance of a number of Dr Gibson's professional and personal colleagues. Chapter headings include: "Warning Signals of the Atomic Age"; "The Anti-Materialism of Religious Traditions"; "The Voice of Non-Entity"; and "The Nucleus of the Problem".
Publisher: The Edwin Mellen Press Ltd
Number of pages: 262
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