DOI: https://doi.org/10.15581/006.49.3.665-683

A Proposal for an Inclusive Scientific Theory

 -Alister McGrath


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Resumen

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There are three main ways in which Christian theology enriches a broader scientific narrative. First, it provides us with a reassurance of the coherence of reality; second, it offers answers to the scientifically unanswerable ultimate questions; and third, it is able to enrich a scientific narrative by preventing it from collapsing into a technocratic catalogue of common things. In this regard, the paper explores some aspects of the relevance of theology for the understanding of the world, as a means of opening up a discussion of how could be developed an inclusive scientific theory.

Palabras clave

Science; Faith; Reason


Autores

Alister McGrath e-mail (Inicie sesión)
Ian Ramsey Centre for Science and Religion
Oxford University
Oxford
Reino Unido

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