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Minding God: Theology and the Cognitive Sciences
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SPECIES OF EMERGENCE
. The category of emergence has come to be of considerable importance to the science-and-religion dialogue. It has become clear that the term is used in different ways by different authors, withExpand
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11. Ethics, Out-Group Altruism, And The New Atheism
Historically, atheism and immorality have oft en been equated. In A Letter Concerning Toleration, John Locke (2003, 246) argued at length for state toleration of religious diversity, but excludedExpand
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Religion and the New Atheism
This book brings together eminent and rising scholars from religious studies, science, sociology of religion, sociology of science, philosophy, and theology in order to engage the new atheism andExpand
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Religion and the New Atheism: A Critical Appraisal
Acknowledgements Foreword, Richard Harries Preface, Reza Aslan Introduction: What is the New Atheism?, Amarnath Amarasingam I. Religion and the New Atheism Judaism and Atheism: The Challenge ofExpand
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THE CREATED CO-CREATOR: WHAT IT IS AND IS NOT
In this article I briefly assesses Philip Hefner's concept of the created co-creator by considering both what it does and does not claim. Looking at issues of reductionism, biological selfishness,Expand
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Demarcation and the Scientistic Fallacy
. For many theologians and philosophers, scientism is among the greatest of intellectual sins. In its most commonly cited form, scientism consists in claiming that science is the only source of realExpand
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