Room for God?
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This essay begins with a review of several different approaches to the problem of divine action in the world, in light of the findings of science. Specifically, the speculation of Arthur Peacocke, John Polkinghorne and Nancey Murphy are elucidated and critiqued. Finding that Murphy, in founding her metaphysics on ontological reductionism, engenders theological reductionism, the author draws some conclusions are as to elements of a theologically attractive position.