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1. Divine Action Topic: Drees, Willem B. “Evolutionary Naturalism and Reli...
Drees , Willem B. “Evolutionary Naturalism and Religion." According to Willem Drees, at least three issues arise from an evolutionary view of nature. One is the challenge to a literalist understanding of Genesis. Another
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2. Biography: Willem Drees
Willem Drees Dr. Willem Drees holds the chair in philosophy of religion, ethics, and encyclopaedia of religion in the Department of Theology at the University of Leiden, The Netherlands. He is also the president of The European
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3. Divine Action Topic: Drees, Willem B. “Gaps for God?”
Drees , Willem B. “Gaps for God?” Willem B. Drees argues that theories of chaotic and complex systems have made it clearer than ever before that a naturalistic explanation of the world is possible, even in light of
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4. Divine Action Topic: Drees, Willem B. “A Case Against Temporal Critical...
Drees , Willem B. “A Case Against Temporal Critical Realism ? Consequences of Quantum Cosmology for Theology." It is Wim Drees’ argument that, unlike other topics in science, Big Bang and quantum cosmology
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5. God, Humanity and the Cosmos Topic: A Critique of Willem B Drees’ Typology
A Critique of Willem B Drees ’ Typology Where Drees’ Typology is too limited is in not acknowledging that the ‘science’ which gives rise to challenges to religions has itself all sorts of different components.
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6. God, Humanity and the Cosmos Topic: Drees’ Typology
Drees ’ Typology One of the most important analyses of the relation between science and religion is that of Willem B. Drees in Religion, Science and Naturalism (1996). Drees stresses two points which have received too little
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7. Divine Action Topic: Crutchfield, James P., J. Doyne Farmer, Norman H. Packa...
Book Series Index Next: Drees, Willem B. “Gaps for God?” Email link | Printer-friendly | Feedback | Contributed by: CTNS /Vatican Observatory
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8. Divine Action Topic: Davies, Paul C. W. “The Intelligibility of Nature....
Book Series Index Next: Drees, Willem B. “A Case Against Temporal Critical Realism? Consequences of Quantum Cosmology for Theology." Email link | Printer-friendly | Feedback | Contributed by: CTNS /Vatican Observatory
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9. God, Humanity and the Cosmos Topic: Theological Responses to Quantum Cosmology
the 1980s were reviewed by Willem B Drees . He points out that at this early stage in the development of these theories a physicist might be influenced as to which one to pursue by a sense of their theological connotations (as we saw with
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10. Divine Action Topic: Davies, Paul. “Teleology Without Teleology: Purpos...
Book Series Index Next: Drees, Willem B. “Evolutionary Naturalism and Religion." Email link | Printer-friendly | Feedback | Contributed by: CTNS /Vatican Observatory
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