Light from the East Paperback
Theology, Science, and the Eastern Orthodox Tradition
by Alexei V. Nesteruk;
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Light from the East
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Alexei Nesteruk reveals how the Orthodox tradition, deeply rooted in Greek Patristic thought, can contribute importantly in a way that the usual Western sources do not. Orthodox thought, he holds, profoundly and helpfully relates the experience of God to our knowledge of the world. His masterful historical introduction to the Orthodox traditions not only surveys key features of its theology but highlights its ontology of participation and communion. From this Nesteruk derives Orthodoxys unique approach to theological and scientific attribution. Theology identifies the underlying principles (logoi) in scientific affirmations.
Nesteruk then applies this methodology to key issues in cosmology: the presence of the divine in creation, the theological meaning of models of creation, the problem of time, and the validity of the anthropic principle, especially as it relates to the emergence of humans and the Incarnation.
Nesteruks unique synthesis is not a valorization of Eastern Orthodox thought so much as an influx of startlingly fresh ideas about the character of science itself and an affirmation of the ultimate religious and theological value of the whole scientific enterprise.
Light from the East by Alexei V. Nesteruk was published by Augsburg Fortress Publishers in July 2003 and is our 59503rd best seller. The ISBN for Light from the East is 9780800634995.
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|Page last updated||23rd June 2017|
|Author / Artist||Alexei V. Nesteruk|
|Publisher||Augsburg Fortress Publishers (July 2003)|
|Number of Pages||288|