Creation And Last Things: At the Intersection of Theology and Science
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Creation And Last Things: At the Intersection of Theology and Science  -     By: Gregory Cootsona

Creation And Last Things: At the Intersection of Theology and Science

Westminster John Knox Press / 2002 / Paperback

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The goal of the Foundations of Christian Faith series is to enable readers to learn about theology in ways that are clear, enjoyable, and meaningful. Each volume examines the doctrines of the Christian faith and stimulates readers not only to think more deeply about their faith but also to lead them to understand their faith in relationship to contemporary challenges and questions. Individuals and study groups alike will find these guides invaluable in their search for depth and integrity in their Christian faith. In this well-written and concise volume, Greg Cootsona explores the doctrines of creation and eschatology (the end of days) in light of contemporary science. The author addresses what the relationship is between the creation in the beginning and the new creation at the end of time, how the doctrine of creation informs our lives as Christians, and how we grow in faith and love in light of these doctrines.

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Title: Creation And Last Things: At the Intersection of Theology and Science
By: Gregory Cootsona
Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 112
Vendor: Westminster John Knox Press
Publication Date: 2002
Dimensions: 8.5 X 5.5 (inches)
Weight: 6 ounces
ISBN: 0664501605
ISBN-13: 9780664501600
Series: Foundations of Christian Faith
Stock No: WW01608

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In this well-written and concise volume, Gregory Cootsona explores the doctrines of creation and eschatology (the end of days) in light of contemporary science. He addresses what the relationship is between creation in the beginning and the new creation at the end of time, how the docrtine of creation informs our lives as Christians, and how we grow in faith and love in light of these doctrines.

The Foundations of Christian Faith series enables readers to learn about contemporary theology in ways that are clear, enjoyable, and meaningful. It examines the doctrines of the Christian faith and stimulates readers not only to think more deeply about their faith but also to understand it in relation to contemporary challenges and questions. Individuals and study groups alike will find these guides invaluable in their search for depth and integrity in their Christian faith.

Author Bio

Gregory S. Cootsona is Associate Pastor at Bidwell Presbyterian Church in Chico, California. He formerly served as Associate Pastor at Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church in New York City.

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"The books in the Foundations of Christian Faith series explore central elements of Christian belief. These books are intended for persons on the edge of faith as well as for those with strong Christian commitment. The writers are women and men of vital faith and keen intellect who know what it means to be an everyday Christian." -from the series forward by Charles Wiley, Office of Theology and Worship of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)

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