John Polkinghorne Research
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Updated 23 Sept 2002
If you are doing research on John Polkinghorne (papers, seminars) and would
like to contact others with similiar interests I'm opening this page as a contact
forum for those interested. Obviously these sites carry no endorsement from
me or John.
If you wish to get listed here send your contact information to Nicholas
- Janne Kemppainen, (formerly University of Helsinki, Finland email@example.com
Finland) he now has a website at http://www.student.oulu.fi/~janneke
- Fernando Gros, Morling Theological College, Australia firstname.lastname@example.org
- Jabulani Siyakudumisa
- Stephen G Salley, Florida, USA RabtMan@aol.com
- Paul K. Wason, Bates College, USA email@example.com
- Willis Lasell at California State University Chico (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- LISA XIONG <email@example.com>
- Stephen Bishop <firstname.lastname@example.org> I completed an MA in Applied
Theology at Trinity College, Bristol, UK in 1998; my dissertation was on Polkinghorne.
I am hoping to do a PhD on Polkinghorne, Barbour and Peacocke in the near
future. He has sent the bibliography
and his dissertation which we have posted.
(the dissertation is a 236k Word file - the biblogrpahy is in HTML).
- Yun-goo Kang <email@example.com> from South Korea. He has a Th.M.
in Systematic Theology at Methodist Theological Seminary, Seoul, Korea in
1999; his dissertation was "An Apology of Christianity in an Age of Science."
- Evan Cockshaw <firstname.lastname@example.org>, I am a curate in Horncastle,
Lincolnshire. My first degree was in Physics with Astrophysics. When I trained
for ordination I studied for an MA which I received with distinction. My thesis
for that was "Arguments for the existence of God in the light of the new physics."
In my final year I progressed onto post graduate research with a thesis title
of "what might theology learn from the morphology of scientific models." this
is the research I am now engaged in one day per week at the genreous permission
of my parish. It is MPhil level. My thesis structure will primarily be a comparison
of the work of Thomas Torrance and John Polkinghorne. I am currently majoring
on Polkinghorne's work.
- Knut-Willy Saether, Bergen, Norway, <email@example.com>