In the 1988 version Barbour listed two subtypes: doctrinal reformulation and
systematic synthesis. In the 1990
version, the primary examples of doctrinal reformulation were recategorized as
theology of nature and he separated them off from what he now calls natural
theology. The term theology of nature is roughly equivalent to what others
call constructive theology in light of science. Similarly integration is frequently called interaction.
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