Item description for What God Knows: Time, Eternity, and Divine Knowledge by Harry Lee Poe & J. Stanley Mattson...
When Einstein destroyed the old view of the universe, he destroyed the old notion of time with it. His new theory explained that time is a dimension of the physical cosmos like space, and like space it is relative. This collection of essays by theologians, physicists, and philosophers explores the theoretical aspects of the problem of time and its implications for faith and the understanding of God.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9" Width: 8.24" Height: 0.72" Weight: 0.87 lbs.
Release Date Jan 30, 2006
Publisher Baylor University Press
ISBN 1932792120 ISBN13 9781932792126
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More About Harry Lee Poe & J. Stanley Mattson
Harry Lee Poe is the Charles Colson Professor of Faith and Culture at Union University. He is the author of several books, including "Edgar Allan Poe: An Illustrated Companion to His Tell-Tale Stories"; "The Inklings of Oxford"; and "What God Knows: Time and the Question of Divine Knowledge."
Harry Lee Poe currently resides in the state of Tennessee. Harry Lee Poe was born in 1950.
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Highly recommended for modern theology and religious studies shelves Jun 3, 2006
What God Knows: Time And The Question Of Divine Knowledge is an assembly of essays by theologians, physicists, and philosophers concerning the problems of time itself, and its implications in human understanding of and faith in God. Individual essays include "The Problem of Time in Biblical Perspective", "God, Time, and Eternity", "Time and the Physics of Sin", and many more. A scholarly collection, mostly accessible to lay readers yet intended particularly for readers with some background in the logical rigors of philosophy or theology, and highly recommended for modern theology and religious studies shelves.