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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Evolving world and theology.
New York, Paulist Press 
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Johann Baptist Metz
|Notes:||--The state of paradise and evolution, by B.van Onna, translated by T.L. Westow.--Physics questions theology, by N. Schiffers, translated by D. Wharton.--Death and afterlife, by Concilium General Secretariat, translated by T.L. Westow.|
|Description:||viii, 184 pages ; 24 cm|
|Contents:||Preface, by J.B. Metz, W. Bröker, and W. Oelmüller, translated by T.L. Westow.--Aspects of evolution, by W. Bröker, translated by W.A. Glen-Doepel.--Development in the doctrinal formulation of the church concerning the theory of evolution, by Z. Alszeghy, translated by A.M. Buono.--Evolutionary progress and Christian promise, by H. Cox.--Natural law and evolution, by A. van Melsen, translated by T.L. Westow.--Evolution and original sin, by K. Rahner, translated by T.L. Westow.--Sin in an evolutive world, by H. Dolch, translated by R. Beckley and W.A. Glen-Doepel.--Does man's manner of determining his own destiny constitute a threat to his humanity? By D. Dubarle, translated by A.M. Buono.--The technological revolution and its moral and political consequences, by J. Eliul, translated by S. King.--Religious values in the age of technology, by E. Mesthene.--The scientific outlook and the Christian message, by E. Mascall.|
|Series Title:||Concilium: theology in the age of renewal, v. 26.|
|Responsibility:||edited by Johannes Metz.|