Welcome to “Thinking Theologically,” for the course “Love and the Cosmos: Trinitarian Perspectives on Science with T. F. Torrance and C. S. Lewis.” This video consists of the Perspective lecture for Week 2.
1. Course Introduction
2. Why study the past?
3. Love and the Cosmos
4. Why T. F. Torrance and C. S. Lewis?
5. Christian Theological Instinct
Download slides with script (PDF): kerrymagruder.com/LoveCosmos/Week2a-ThinkingTheologically.pdf
Course info: kerrysloft.com/education/trinitarian-perspectives-on-faith-and-science/
-- Course Introduction
T. F. Torrance, Ground and Grammar of Theology, ch 6.
Creation, David Fergusson
Understanding Scientific Theories of Origins: Cosmology, Geology, and Biology in Christian Perspective, 2018; Wheaton College faculty
And other books mentioned as exemplars of other kinds of courses.
-- Why T. F. Torrance and C. S. Lewis?
Thomas A. Noble, “T. F. Torrance on the Centenary of His Birth”
Short bio of Torrance by Elmer Colyer: tftorrance.org/bio.
Max McLean, “C.S. Lewis On Stage – The Most Reluctant Convert,” 2019. 77 minutes.
Nicholas Wolterstorff, Religion in the University (Yale University Press, 2019).
Miroslav Volf, For the Life of the World: Theology That Makes a Difference (Brazos Press, 2019).
Georges Marsden, The Outrageous Idea of Christian Scholarship (Oxford, 1998)
-- Christian Theological Instinct
T. F. Torrance, “Epilogue: Reconciliation of Mind,” in Atonement (2009)
T. F. Torrance, “Theological Instinct.” Audio from Regent College, Vancouver, BC, 2002; #2002-TFT-4.