A series of proposals about how specifically God might interact with his creation, both in its regularities and in miraculous events. 

  • Introducing the Divine Action Series

    | Jim Stump
    Blog Post
    Introducing the Divine Action Series | Jim Stump

    How exactly is God involved in natural processes? A new BioLogos series investigates the question. Read More >

    Going Deeper PART 1 of 11
  • Where is the Problem in the Problem of Divine Action?

    | Alvin Plantinga
    Blog Post
    Where is the Problem in the Problem of Divine Action? | Alvin Plantinga

    Natural laws tell us how things usually go, not how they must go—especially if the divine lawgiver is at work. Read More >

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  • Why Can’t God Intervene?

    | Alvin Plantinga
    Blog Post
    Why Can’t God Intervene? | Alvin Plantinga

    The advance of science doesn't threaten the idea of a personal and active God.  Read More >

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  • Miracles and Science: A Third Way (Part 1)

    | Robert John Russell
    Blog Post
    Miracles and Science: A Third Way (Part 1) | Robert John Russell

    When talking about miracles, we need to account for the many ways in which God acts in creation.   Read More >

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  • Miracles and Science: A Third Way (Part 2)

    | Robert John Russell
    Blog Post
    Miracles and Science: A Third Way (Part 2) | Robert John Russell

    The strange world of quantum mechanics may give us new ways of understanding how God works in creation.   Read More >

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  • Divine Action: Naturalism and Incarnation

    Blog Post
    Divine Action: Naturalism and Incarnation

    Miracles are not a divine interference, but reflections of the true nature of the world that is usually hidden from us. Read More >

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  • Divine Action as Uncontrolling Love

    | Thomas Jay Oord
    Blog Post
    Divine Action as Uncontrolling Love | Thomas Jay Oord

    Does God’s loving nature teach us anything about how God interacts with creation? Read More >

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  • Why We Can’t “Solve” The Problem of Divine Action

    | Jim Stump
    Blog Post
    Why We Can’t “Solve” The Problem of Divine Action | Jim Stump

    Attempts to figure out the precise interaction between God and nature run the risk of oversimplifying human experience.   Read More >

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