Universe, Incarnation and humanity: theology of Thomas Torrance and modern cosmology

@article{Nesteruk2016UniverseIA,
  title={Universe, Incarnation and humanity: theology of Thomas Torrance and modern cosmology},
  author={A. Nesteruk},
  journal={Journal of Siberian Federal University},
  year={2016},
  volume={9},
  pages={438-469}
}
  • A. Nesteruk
  • Published 2016
  • Philosophy
  • Journal of Siberian Federal University
  • In this paper we give a philosophical analysis of the spatial paradox of incarnation in theology of the famous XXth century Scottish theologian Thomas Torrance. The paradox is interpreted in the context of modern cosmology, in particular in relation to a basic cosmological principle of uniformity of space in the universe. As a step beyond Torrance’s theology the paper analyses the paradox of the incarnation for the elucidation of the sense of the human condition and, in particular, the concept… CONTINUE READING

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