Natural Theology in Evolution: A Review of Critiques and Changes

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The purpose of this article is to provide a broad overview and analysis of the evolution of natural theology in response to influential critiques raised against it. I identify eight main lines of critique against natural theology, and analyze how the defenders of different types of natural theology differ in their responses to these critiques, leading into several very different forms of natural theology. Based on the amount and quality of discussion that exists, I argue that simply referring to the critiques of Hume, Kant, Darwin, and Barth should no longer be regarded as sufficient to settle the debate over natural theology.
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LehtiEuropean Journal for Philosophy of Religion
Vuosikerta9
Numero2
Sivut83-117
Sivumäärä35
ISSN1689-8311
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TilaJulkaistu - 2017
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