This carefully reasoned book is a contribution to the contemporary debate about divine action...This is an honest and well-argued book, whose goals and methods of arguments are to be welcomed. It is a thoughtful account of how a relatively (but not excessively) conservative reading of Scripture might be construed in a way that makes theological and philosophical sense. * Journal of Theological Studies Vol 46 no 1 * The text is well written and interspersed with a great many sub-headings which give the reader a feeling that he is in safe hands. * W.D. Hudson, The Expository Times, Volume 106, Number 1, October 1994 * 'What Together Bound seeks to find is a concept of agency which will allow the particular acts of God described in Scripture, yet also respect human freedom as self-caused. There is a clear and helpful account of systems-agency in the work of the American philosopher Edward Pols ... a clear, and stimulating, defence of divine action.'
Peter Sedgwick, Westcott House, Cambridge `a clear, and stimulating, defence of divine action'
Theology 'The text is well written and interspersed with a great many sub-headings which give the reader a feeling that he is in safe hands.'
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