The problem of natural divine causation and the benefits of partial causation : a response to Skogholt
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In this article, I defend my previous argument that natural divine causation suffers under the problem of causal overdetermination and that it cannot serve as a line of demarcation between theistic evolution (TE) and intelligent design (ID). I do this in light of Christoffer Skogholt's critique of my article. I argue that Skogholt underestimates the naturalistic ambitions of some current thinkers in TE and fails, therefore, to adequately respond to my main argument. I also outline how partial causation better serves as a model for the relationship between God's providence and evolution.
Leidenhag , M 2020 , ' The problem of natural divine causation and the benefits of partial causation : a response to Skogholt ' , Zygon , vol. 55 , no. 3 , pp. 696-709 . https://doi.org/10.1111/zygo.12632
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