Kelly, A. (2015). Human Conciousness, God and Creation. Pacifica: Australasian theological studies,28(1), K. Lenehan. 3-22. United Kingdom: Sage Publications. Retrieved from https://doi.org/10.1177/1030570X15596767
This article explores the often-overlooked dimension of human consciousness in the consideration of both creation and the Creator. To that end, it treats the phenomenon of consciousness and its self-transcending dynamism. There follow brief remarks on consciousness in relation to the traditional meaning of ‘soul’ and the modern achievements in brain-research. The way creation in its beauty and variety is registered in consciousness is then treated, along with the implied character of the Creator. Our conclusion points to the need for a multiplicity of perspectives in exploring the mystery of creation.
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