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Some physico-theological considerations about the possibility of the resurrection

Robert Boyle

Some physico-theological considerations about the possibility of the resurrection

by Robert Boyle

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Published by Printed by T.N. for H. Herringman ... in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Resurrection -- Early works to 1800

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby the Honourable Robert Boyle, Esq. ..
    SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 15:15, Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 385:11
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination[8], 39 p
    Number of Pages39
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16877800M

    Some Considerations about the Reconcileableness of Reason and Religion, including 'Some Physico-Theological Considerations about the Possibility of the Resurrection' () [Works, vol. 8] Experiments, Notes, &c. about the Mechanical Origine or Production of Divers Particular Qualities () [ Works, vol. 8]. Introduction Shirley McLaine celebrated her birthday this past spring: she turned 62 and and Many folks in our society today would think that belief in the resurrection is just as looney as belief in reincarnation. Hence, it would be beneficial to look at the historical evidences for the resurrection of Christ. We may well wish to do that in a future essay.

      With new interpretations of both A Discourse of Things Above Reason () and Some Physico-Theological Considerations about the Possibility of the Resurrection (), I show that there were crucial similarities between Boyle's practices for representing both God and atoms. I go on to show, moreover, that Boyle used these practices to enact an Cited by: 2. Theological Considerations. The Resurrection. It is the central tenet of Christian faith that, some time around 30 BCE, Jesus of Nazareth rose from the dead three days after his crucifixion. The Resurrection is described in each of the four Gospels. “The Lost Tomb Of Jesus” does not challenge the Resurrection.

    Boyle, Robert, [], “Some Physico-Theological Considerations About the Possibility of the Resurrection”, in Selected Philosophical Papers of Robert Boyle, M.A. Stewart (ed.), New York: Manchester University Press. Mill, John Stuart, , A System of Logic Ratiocinative and Inductive, London: John W. Parker. If such a plain statement concerning resurrection can be explained away as not meaning actual resurrection, it would seem that any other passage in the Bible dealing with resurrection would have a similar explanation. In spite of these considerations, however, some have objected to literal resurrection in this passage based upon the context.


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Some physico-theological considerations about the possibility of the resurrection by the Honourable Robert Boyle, Esq. () Paperback – Decem by Robert Boyle (Author)Author: Robert Boyle.

This work also appears as the second part of Wing B (entry cancelled in Wing 2nd ed.), Some considerations about the reconcileableness of reason and religion, at reel Reproduction of original in Cambridge University Library.

Citation Wing B Note Available electronically as part of Early English books online. Reproduction Microfilm. An accompt of some books. Some physico theological considerations about the possibility of the resurrection; by the Honourable Robert Boyle esq; Fellow of the R. Society. London, /5. in Some Physico-Theological Considerations About the Possibility of the Resurrection I was asked, what use is theological philosophizing for science.

In most cases, it is of little use (as little as most of other things), but there were some notable exceptions. This scarce antiquarian book is a facsimile reprint of the original. Due to its age, it may contain imperfections such as marks Some Considerations About The Reconcileableness Of Reason And Religion; To Which Is Added A Discourse Of Mr.

Boyle About The Possibility Of The Resurrection (): Robert Boyle: : Books. Some Physico-Theological Consideration about the Possibility of the Resurrection @inproceedings{BoyleSomePC, title={Some Physico-Theological Consideration about the Possibility of the Resurrection}, author={Robert Boyle}, year={} }.

You can see Boyle’s Some Physico-Theological Considerations about the Possibility of the Resurrection as part of a broader effort on his part to work out the extent to which the powers of human reason could be used to make inferences out about the nature of God.

The general resurrection or resurrection of the body has been understood in diverse ways, always in the light of St. Paul's teaching on the risen or glorified body. In the conventional theology the material body is identified with the glorified body (since the soul is the substantial form of each) and is in some way spiritualized so that it is.

SOME PROBLEMS ABOUT RESURRECTION Suppose that a person P1 dies some time during I Many years later, the resurrection world, a perennial object of Christian concern, begins on the morning of the day of judgment.

On its first morning there are in that world distinct persons, P2 and P3, each of whom is related in remarkably intimate ways to P1. Or maybe you just want a good read during Spring Break. Either way, here are my top picks for apologetics books on the Resurrection of Jesus. Enjoy. The Case for the Resurrection of Jesus Gary Habermas and Michael Licona.

Still my top recommendation for a super-practical training guide to presenting historical evidence for the resurrection. In Some Physico-Theological Considerations about the Possibility of the Resurrection (), he used a chemical experiment known as the reduction to the pristine state as part of an attempt to demonstrate the physical possibility of the resurrection of the body.

Throughout his career, Boyle tried to show that science could lend support to : Physics, chemistry. Some physico-theological considerations about the possibility of the resurrection. Robert Boyle. Abstract [4], xviii, [2],[6], 39 p."T.E." is identified as Robert Boyle.

Halkett & Laing (2nd ed.).Boyle's Discourse appears as Wing B at reel and b, and is cataloged uction of original in British Library. One of his work Some Physico-Theological Considerations about the Possibility of the Resurrection () in which he delineated the resurrection of the body through scientific experiments.

Boyle is considered as a monogenist, the belief that all humans had a common antecedent. With new interpretations of both A Discourse of Things Above Reason () and Some Physico-Theological Considerations about the Possibility of the Resurrection (), I Author: Salvatore Ricciardo.

An accompt of some books. Some physico theological considerations about the possibility of the resurrection; by the Honourable Robert Boyle esq; Fellow of the R. Society. London, /5. in - II. Waare oeffening der planten, door Abraham Munting, M. and Prof. Botanices at Groningen. Printed at Amsterd.in - III.

Published on Jan 3, This brief film shows a camphor reduction from Robert Boyle's 'The Origine of Forms and Qualities' (). Used by Boyle as a 'proof' for the possibility of the. In Some Physico-Theological Considerations about the Possibility of the Resurrection (), he used a chemical experiment known as the reduction to the pristine state as part of an attempt to demonstrate the physical possibility of the resurrection of the body.

Throughout his career, Boyle tried to show that science could lend support to Born: 25 JanuaryLismore Castle, Lismore, County. texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK Some considerations about the reconcileableness of reason and religion Some considerations about the reconcileableness of reason and religion by Boyle, Robert, Publication date Pages: Close section Some Considerations about the Reconcileableness of Reason and Religion.

Some Physico-Theological Consideration about the Possibility of the Resurrection; Close section Experiments, Notes, &c., about the Mechanical Origin or Production of diverse particular Qualities. The Publisher to the Reader; Directions for the Book-binder. This work also appears as the second part of Wing B, Some considerations about the reconcileableness of reason and religion, at reel Reproduction of original in Cambridge University Library.

Reproduction. Here are my top eight books on the resurrection (limited to books written within the past century, and to one book per author): 1. Karl Barth, The Epistle to the Romans 2.

Wolfhart Pannenberg, Jesus – God and Man 3. Rudolf Bultmann, various essays 4. J. Louis Martyn, Galatians 5.The title of this brief paper is Some physico-theological Considerations about the Possibility of the Resurrection, published (The Works, pp–) as an appendix of Some Considerations about the Reconcileableness of Reason and Religion By T.

E. a Lay-Man, (London ), in The Works of the H. Robert Boyle, op. cit.,pp. Cited by: 1.Resurrection (pre-reform Russian: Воскресеніе; post-reform Russian: Воскресение, tr.

Voskreséniye), first published inwas the last novel written by Leo translated as The book is the last of his major long fiction works published in his lifetime. Tolstoy intended the novel as an exposition of the injustice of man-made laws and the Author: Leo Tolstoy.