With contributions by
Anindita Niyogi Balslev William Lane Craig, Nicolas of Cusa, Lawrence Fagg, Lars Bo Gundersen, Niels Viggo Hansen, Per F.V. Hasle, Ludwik Kostro, Christian Link, John Randolph Lucas, André Mercier, Alexei V. Nesteruk, David Park, Thomas E. Phipps, Arthur Norman Prior, Thomas F. Torrance, Dale Tuggy, Mogens Wegener and Peter Øhrstrøm
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This collection of papers is highly unusual in presenting views on both objective science and religious belief systems, and provides a thorough grounding in both disciplines and how they relate to one another.
Table of contentsNicolas of Cusa (1401-64), Dialogus de Deo Abscondito
David Park, What Is Time?
André Mercier, God, World and Time
Lawrence Fagg, Ideas of Time and Cosmic Origin
Ludwik Kostro, Relativistic Space-Time Interpreted as a New Ether
Alexei V. Nesteruk, Temporal Irreversibility
Thomas E. Phipps jr, Time Irreversibility
John Randolph Lucas, A Note on Time and Tense
William Lane Craig, The Presentness of Experience
Niels Viggo Hansen, Modern Physics and the Passage of Time
Per F.V. Hasle, The Problem of Predestination
Peter Øhrstrøm, The Contingency of the Future
Lars Bo Gundersen, Future Space Battles and Branching Time
Anindita Niyogi Balslev, Time and 'Anadi Samsara'
Christian Link, God and Time
Thomas F. Torrance, Creation, Contingent World-Order and Time
Mogens Wegener, Towards a New Metaphysics of Time and Creation
Dale Tuggy, A Short Text of Lavenham
Arthur Norman Prior, Some Freethinking about Time
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