On April 6, 1922, a significant conversation took place between the leading philosopher of the day, Henri Bergson, and the renowned physicist, Albert Einstein.
It was a momentous occasion and one that would ultimately affect how we understand the nature of time. Einstein claimed that time was simply physical and psychological while Bergson claimed that Einstein’s theory of time prevented us from realizing that “the future is in reality open, unpredictable, and indeterminate.”
In Transfiguring Time, Clément pursues this fascinating dimension of reality from the point of religion. Clement asks how the eternal God can enter into time and become dependent on time.
Listen to Ilio Delio, OSF talk about Transfiguring Time https://www.spreaker.com/user/11070749/the-eternal-moment-of-the-now "this is a fabulous book: everyone should read it"
Ilia Delio, OSF Villanova University
Transfiguring Time is available from New City Press