Resonanzen: Neurobiologie, Evolution und Theologie
Evolutionäre Nischenkonstruktion, das ökologische Gehirn und narrativ-relationale Theologie
This book presents an epistemological theory of revelation as perception and a relational-narrative theological ontology based on the concept of dramatic coherence, in which the triune life is understood not as an anomaly within ontology, but rather as the decisive condition of its possibility. It further demonstrates that potential for resolving certain theological problems arises if new insights from the natural sciences, such as the theory of the ecological brain in the neurosciences and the theory of niche-construction in evolutionary theory, are taken into account. Similarly, it also proposes that neuroscience and evolutionary biology can procure advantages from a dialogue with theology by considering the conceptual implications stemming from a phenomenological approach and relational-narrative ontology.
Markus Mühling ist Professor für Systematische Theologie an der Kirchlichen Hochschule Wuppertal/Bethel.