Hello ... thank you for visiting this page. I am a General
Medical Practitioner in Newton Abbot, Devon, UK, and Honorary University Fellow in Theology at the University of Exeter. My interests include: science-and-religion, the Trinity,
creation, human evolution, the origin of life, semiotics, and the American scientist-philosopher C.S. Peirce.
Recent Book ...
'Traces of the Trinity'
Once in a decade, at most, one encounters a fundamentally new and exciting way of conceiving
the Trinity. Traces of the Trinity is such a work. ... Scientists, philosophers, and theologians will recognize
the immensely rich interweaving of ideas that Robinson accomplishes here. But you won't need a PhD to feel the spiritual
tug of this vision ... of vestigial marks written into the very structure of Creation. Philip Clayton, author
of Adventures in the Spirit
In this highly accessible book, Robinson opens up the depth and relevance of biblical texts and traditional Christian
dogmas. He shows how religion is deeply embedded in the very structure of human existence in all its ordinariness: how God
is involved with our relaity and we are involved with God's. Robinson writes with admirable clarity. I could not put the
book down. Jan-Olav Henriksen, Norwegian School of Theology, Oslo
Recent articles ...
Andrew Robinson. Representation and Interpretation as the Basis of Participation in the Trinity. Religions 2015,
6(3), 1017-1032. (Open Access in a special issue of Religions: New Horizons in the Philosophy of Religion http://www.mdpi.com/2077-1444/6/3/1017).
Andrew Robinson. Chance and the Emergence of Purpose: A Peircean Perspective. Philosophy, Theology and
the Sciences 2015 (2), 194-215 (in press).
Niles Lehman, Tess Bernhard, Brian C Larson, Andrew JN Robinson and
Christopher CB Southgate. ‘Empirical demonstration of environmental sensing in catalytic RNA: evolution of interpretive
behavior at the origins of life’. BMC Evolutionary Biology 2014 14:248. http://www.mdpi.com/2077-1444/6/3/1017
For other books and articles 'Publications'
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