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A Response to Reeves and Peters

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AbstractIn this response I reply to the critiques from Josh Reeves and Richard A. Peters and argue that, even in light of their objections, my presentation of and critical stance towards the science and religion field remains justified. I will acknowledge the lack of an adequate treatment of evolutionary theories of religion in my paper, but question the way in which this lack would undermine my critiques of the theology-laden discourse of science and religion scholars.

Affiliations: 1: Department of Philosophy, School of English Communication and Philosophy, Cardiff UniversityCardiff, Wales, CF10 3ATUKGironiF@cardiff.ac.uk

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1. Gironi Fabio "Turning a critical eye on science and religion: Theological assumptions and soteriological rhetoric" Method & Theory in the Study of Religion 2010 Vol 22 1 37 67 http://dx.doi.org/10.1163/094330510X12604383550927
2. Gironi Fabio "The Theological Hijacking of Realism: Critical Realism in ‘Science and Religion’" Journal of Critical Realism 2012 Vol 11 1 40 75 http://dx.doi.org/10.1558/jcr.v11i1.40
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