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“How did hesitation, equivocation, compromise, and serendipity give shape to a Reformation driven by a handful of determined people?”
In my last book, Luther, Conflict, and Christendom, which Cambridge published in 2018, I tried to find an organic way to understand the effects of context and circumstance on one of the great defining controversies of European religion, the conflict over …
Paul’s Gospel of Divine Self-Sacrifice
What is the center of the apostle Paul’s message of good news about God? According to this book, it is something God did and continues to do through Jesus Christ. It is divine self-giving for the benefit of humans, and Paul thinks of it as a divine …
Aquinas on Efficient Causation and Causal Powers
Our everyday experience of the world reveals that the things around us are constantly changing. As I look out my window, I notice that the grass outside has grown taller, the green raspberries have ripened into larger red berries, and the metal fenc…
Cambridge University Press Author Judea Pearl Wins Coveted Award for Transforming Artificial Intelligence
The ACM A.M. Turing Award, widely considered the “Nobel Prize in Computing,” carries a $250,000 prize, with financial support…
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