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The Academy of Athens, Greece

14, 15, 16, and 17 October 2005
John Charlton Polkinghorne, co-chair
John D. Zizioulas, co-chair
Lewis Ayres
Jeffrey Bub
Michael Heller
Panos A. Ligomenides
David Martin
Argyris Nicolaidis
Bishop Kallistos of Diokleia (Timothy Ware)
Michael Welker
Wesley J. Wildman
Anton Zeilinger
The Trinity and an Entangled World: Relationality in Physical Science and Theology

The Trinity and an Entangled World: Relationality in Physical Science and Theology

Edited by John Polkinghorne


Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Company, 2010

Twentieth-century science discovered that the physical world is profoundly relational. Thanks to the phenomenon of quantum entanglement, there is a holistic connectivity at the deepest level of physical reality. This new way of comprehending the universe, which brings to mind the mystery at the heart of Trinitarian theology, has inspired thirteen distinguished scholars from physics and theology to explore the role of relationality in both science and religion.


14, 15, 16, and 17 October 2005

The Academy of Athens, Greece

Trinity College, Cambridge University

7, 8, and 9 April 2005
John W. Bowker, chair
Margaret Bowker
Francis X. Clooney, S.J.
Sarah Coakley
Ramanath Cowsik
Oliver Davies
Gavin D. Flood
Bernard McGinn
Alexei V. Nesteruk
John Stanley Rodwell
Keith Ward
Paul Williams
Rowan Williams

Stanford University

19, 20, and 21 March 2005
Paul Davies, co-chair
Andrei Linde, co-chair
Nick Bostrom
Brandon Carter
Savas Dimopoulos
Michael R. Douglas
Georgi Dvali
Rodney D. Holder
Shamit Kachru
Renata Kallosh
Eva Silverstein
William R. Stoeger, S. J.
Leonard Susskind
Max Tegmark
Alexander Vilenkin

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