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The great enigma. Atheists and believers facing the uncertainty of the afterlife.

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The great enigma. Atheists and believers facing the uncertainty of the afterlife.

seminar room from group Science, Reason and Faith.
Javier Montserrat. Pamplona, 19 April 2016.

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Javier Monserrat, a Jesuit, is Full Professor at Comillas University (theory of knowledge, epistemology and theory of science) and Senior Associate Professor at the Autonomous University of Madrid (Dept. of Basic Psychology at School of Psychology). He has been director for 25 years, until 2011, of the journal Pensamiento. He is a permanent member, since its foundation, of the committee advisor of the Chair Science, Technology and Religion in the technical school of Engineering at Comillas University. He is a member of seminar room X. Zubiri since 1978. Zubiri's thought has had a great influence on his numerous philosophical, theological and scientific productions.

The seminar room is about the plot of the last book of speaker, published by publishing house San Pablo in June 2015, and which carries the degree scroll of this seminar room.

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The God of Revelation in Jesus Christ is the same God of Creation. This is why the Christian theological tradition has always understood that the Voice of the God of Revelation must be in harmony with the Voice of the God of Creation. One could therefore speak of the Book of Revelation and the Book of Nature. This two-way illumination between Revelation and Nature leads to a hermeneutics of religion and Christianity that depends on the image of what God's created world is really like. But what is God's created world really like? This question must be answered, in part, through the exercise of natural reason, in science and at Philosophy. Now, it seems that today's science today establishes the most reliable way and the basic data to understand how the universe was really created by God. Therefore, the modern image of the universe, of the subject, of life and of man, in science and in the Philosophy, to what hermeneutics of religion and Christianity does it lead us, in dialogue with the Philosophy?