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Thursday, February 09, 2006
books of Schindler
Here are books either written or edited by Dr. David L. Schindler. I highly recommend all of them, especially the first three.
How is that Beyond Mechanism book? Also, what is it about? I guess I could infer a little from the title and subtitle, but if you have it, would you mind typing out the blurb on the back?
I haven't yet gotten to my copy of Heart of the World, Center of the Church, but I just consulted the index to see if it mentions the Trinity and I think I might read chapter 9 for my big paper this semester.
Thanks for pointing me to that sale those months ago!
Examines the meaning of nature, or physics, in light of some of the central concerns of Catholic theology and philosophy. The papers presented here result from a conference which examined developments in twentieth-century physics, particularly as interpreted in the work of theoretical physicist David Bohm. Co-published with "COMMUNIO" International Catholic Review.
Huh--interesting. Are there any connections to Mnsgr. Albacete in that book? Isn't he a trained physicist? Or am I incorrect in my presumptions?
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