John Polkinghorne Quotes

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John Polkinghorne quotes: Whitehead reacted strongly against the idea of God as a cosmic tyrant, one who brings about everything. Whitehead reacted strongly against the idea of God as a cosmic tyrant, one who brings about everything.
John Polkinghorne quotes: I need the binocular approach of science and religion if I am to do any sort of justice to the deep and rich reality of the world in which we I need the binocular approach of science and religion if I am to do any sort of justice to the deep and rich reality of the world in which we live.
John Polkinghorne quotes: God is not a God of the edges, with a vested interest in beginnings. God is the God of the whole show. God is not a God of the edges, with a vested interest in beginnings. God is the God of the whole show.
John Polkinghorne quotes: God didn't produce a ready-made world. The Creator has done something cleverer than this, making a world able to make itself. God didn't produce a ready-made world. The Creator has done something cleverer than this, making a world able to make itself.
John Polkinghorne quotes: I'm a very passionate believer in the unity of knowledge. There is one world of reality - one world of our experience that we're seeking to describe. I'm a very passionate believer in the unity of knowledge. There is one world of reality - one world of our experience that we're seeking to describe.
John Polkinghorne quotes: The rational transparency and beauty of the universe are surely too remarkable to be treated as just happy accidents. The rational transparency and beauty of the universe are surely too remarkable to be treated as just happy accidents.
John Polkinghorne quotes: Epistemology models ontology. Epistemology models ontology.
John Polkinghorne quotes: I think it's very important to maintain the classical Christian distinction between the Creator and creation. I think it's very important to maintain the classical Christian distinction between the Creator and creation.
John Polkinghorne quotes: Mathematics is the abstract key which turns the lock of the physical universe. Mathematics is the abstract key which turns the lock of the physical universe.