God, the beautiful and mathematics: A response

Volker Kessler (‘God becomes beautiful … in mathematics’ - HTS 2018) argues two points to Rudolf Bohren’s list of four areas where (1) God becomes beautiful should be extended with a fifth one: mathematics and (2) mathematics can be argued as a place where God becomes beautiful. In this response, we...

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Published in: Hervormde teologiese studies Vol. 77; no. 4; pp. e1 - e4
Main Authors: Smit, Peter-Ben, Heide, Rianne
Format: Journal Article
Language: English
Afrikaans
Published: Pretoria African Online Scientific Information Systems (Pty) Ltd t/a AOSIS 01-01-2021
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Summary: Volker Kessler (‘God becomes beautiful … in mathematics’ - HTS 2018) argues two points to Rudolf Bohren’s list of four areas where (1) God becomes beautiful should be extended with a fifth one: mathematics and (2) mathematics can be argued as a place where God becomes beautiful. In this response, we would like to argue that (1) the extension of Bohren’s list that Kessler
ISSN: 0259-9422
2072-8050
DOI: 10.4102/hts.v77i4.6208