The 20th century saw the overthrow of classical physics, and the rise of the theories of Quantum Mechanics and Relativity. The revolution is still underway. While it is easy to jump onto the surprising implications of these new ways of looking at the universe with a sort of “anything is possible” attitude (not at all supported by the physics itself), nonetheless it is true that science itself has dealt a blow to the classical mechanistic view that seemed to have no room for God. How does modern theology understand and respond to the new challenges of our current understanding about how the universe works?

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