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Scientific Atheology

Science, Religion and Culture

Scientific Atheology

John Shook

 

University at Buffalo, USA
Email: jshook@pragmatism.org

 

ABSTRACT

Atheology is the term for exploring unbelief and explaining its reasonableness. Scientific atheology specifically appeals to current sciences and scientific methodologies to help explain why no gods are real. Folk religions and anthropomorphic gods can’t survive, but science vs. religion is hardly the whole story. Only science joined by philosophical reflection suffices to skeptically analyze the natural theology arguments for supernatural gods, too aloof and abstract for direct confrontation over evidence. Theology’s desperate maneuvers for avoiding science and scientific atheology only delay the inevitable. Partner atheologies wielding logic, ethics, and civics await to help theology extinguish the gods.

 

 

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Science, Religion and Culture

June

Vol. 5, Sp. Iss. 1 Pages 1-82

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