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Overview Of The Ctns/Vo Series

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This appendix section of this book titled Philosophy, Science and Divine Action presents an overview of the Center for Theology and Natural Science (CTNS)/ Vatican Observatory (VO) series. The CTNS/VO series is successful in having responded to and having moved beyond many of the problems that the series initially faced in 1990. In doing so, it has exposed deeper issues and challenges for future research. The new methodology developed for and deployed in the CTNS/VO series included (i) choosing a guiding theme for the entire series rooted in philosophical theology that could unify the theological interests of all its participants and bridge between theology and science, (ii) choosing participants with cross-disciplinary expertise, (iii) building in preconference interactions, (iv) agreeing to reading the conference papers in advance, and (v) thorough postconference revisions of papers in light of conference discussions.

Keywords: Center for Theology and Natural Science (CTNS); divine action; philosophy; Vatican Observatory (VO)



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