This is the second book in a trilogy tracing major concepts in the four scriptural faiths of the world: Judaism, Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. Following the first book on Revelation, this new book focuses on the question of Creation. Ward explores what modern thinkers across the world and across faiths have had to say on the topic. He develops a postive concept of God that stresses God's dynamic and responsive relation to the temporal structure of the universe, and the importance of that structure to the self-expression of the divine being. In addition, he presents a Trinitarian doctrine of creation, drawing inspiration from a wider set of theistic traditions and recent discussions in physics in the realm of cosmology. Engagingly and accessibly written, this book will interest general readers, students, and scholars of all faiths.