The late Canadian theologian Arthur Gibson was known for his creative approaches to Christian theology as a hermeneutical tool for interpreting contemporary discoveries and movements in the arts and sciences. This previously unpublished work was prepared from several typed versions, with the assistance of many of Dr. Gibson's professional and personal colleagues.
Chapter headings include: Warning Signals of the Atomic Age; The Anti-Materialism of Religious Traditions; The Nucleus of the Problem; The Voice of Non-Entity; The Voice of Process; The Voice of Energy; The Voice of Mass; The Voice of the Quantum; and The Voice of Signals.
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