Thomas F. Torrance and the Search for a Viable Natural Theology

Footnote

Alister E. McGrath, "Thomas F. Torrance and the Search for a Viable Natural Theology: Some Personal Reflections," Participatio 1, "The Theological Significance and Legacy of Thomas F. Torrance" (2009): 66-81.

Bibliography

McGrath, Alister E. "Thomas F. Torrance and the Search for a Viable Natural Theology: Some Personal Reflections." Participatio 1, "The Theological Significance and Legacy of Thomas F. Torrance" (2009): 66-81.

Abstract

This paper considers the importance of T. F. Torrance for a contemporary natural theology. Of especial importance here is Torrance’s relocation of theologia naturalis within the context of theologia revelata, which leads to a natural theology being informed and nourished by a rich trinitarian ontology. The author explains his own development of Torrance’s position, emphasising both its intellectual robustness and its theological utility.

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The Theological Significance and Legacy of Thomas F. Torrance

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