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Emily Qureshi-Hurst
Emily Qureshi-Hurst
Junior Research Fellow, Pembroke College, University of Oxford
Verified email at philosophy.ox.ac.uk
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Getting tense about relativity
J Read, E Qureshi-Hurst
Synthese 198, 8103–8125, 2021
82021
Quantum Mechanics, Time, and Theology: indefinite causal order and a new approach to salvation
E Qureshi‐Hurst, A Pearson
ZygonŽ 55 (3), 663-684, 2020
62020
Anxiety, alienation, and estrangement in the context of social media
E Qureshi-Hurst
Religious Studies 58 (3), 2022
32022
Outstanding issues with Robert Russell's NIODA concerning quantum biology and theistic evolution
E Qureshi‐Hurst, CT Bennett
ZygonŽ 56 (1), 75-95, 2021
22021
Is simplicity that simple? an assessment of Richard Swinburne’s argument from cosmic fine-tuning
E Qureshi-Hurst
Theology and Science 19 (4), 379-389, 2021
12021
Quantum Mechanics and Salvation: a new meeting point for science and theology
E Qureshi-Hurst
Toronto Journal of Theology 36 (1), 3-13, 2020
12020
Does God act in the quantum world?
E Qureshi-Hurst
Theology and Science, 0
1
Can Sinners Really Change? Understanding Personal Salvation in the Block Universe
E Qureshi‐Hurst
ZygonŽ 57 (2), 2022
2022
Is the Problem of Evil Made Worse by the Many Worlds Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics?
Theological Puzzles, 2022
2022
Time and Tillich: Re-Examining Salvation Through the Lens of Special Relativity
E Qureshi-Hurst
Emerging Voices in Science and Theology, 71-85, 2022
2022
On the Importance of Reaching a ‘Maturation Point’ Before Science and Religion can Interact
E Qureshi-Hurst
Creative Pluralism? Images and Models in Science and Religion, 59-66, 2022
2022
What Might Time in Quantum Mechanics Mean for the Doctrine of Salvation?
E Qureshi-Hurst, A Pearson
Theological Puzzles, 2021
2021
Time and Tillich: re-examining salvation through the lens of relativity
E Qureshi-Hurst
University of Oxford, 2021
2021
God, Salvation, and the Problem of Spacetime
E Qureshi-Hurst
Elements in the Problems of God, 0
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