"William T. Yates" wrote:
> My pastor is going to be preaching on portions of early Genesis. He
> seems to be after our duty to be creative in carrying out the 'dominion'
> directive. That is, he is disturbed by current Christianity's
> dereliction of its duty in the arts and sciences and the abandonment of
> these fields to the world. That God pronounced the world He created as
> 'good' but we seem to have pronounced it 'bad'. It's probaly somewhat
> off-topic, but can anyone recommend some references that touch on this?
> May I also ask who is going to the Pepperdine meeting? It would be nice
> to see who may be there. I might be, I live close enough. Can anyone
> tell me how wheelchair accessible the facilities are?
One book that might be helpful here is Phillip Hefner, The Human Factor
(Fortress, 1993). Here he develops a theological anthropology of the human
as "the created co-creator."
I'll be at Pepperdine.
George L. Murphy
"The Science-Theology Interface"
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