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Monday, 31 December 2007 13:00

[Article écrit en 2007]

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  • Abstract:

    Faced with the errors of creationism and rationalism, this article
    strikes a path which, in recognizing the merits of the theory of evolution,
    shows how the question of sense is formulated. In order to accomplish this,
    one must have a discerning use of the notion of causality, in particular to
    recognize the transcendence of God — which the Intelligent Design movement
    does not do.

  • Page number (beginning): 531
  • Page number (end): 560
  • Category: Article
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MALDAMÉ Jean-Michel

Le fr. Jean-Michel Maldamé, dominicain, est Docteur en théologie, Maître en sacrée théologie,  membre  de  l’Académie  Pontificale  des  Sciences.  Dernier  ouvrage  paru  : Enquête théologique sur les origines, L’atome, le singe et le cannibale (Cerf, 2014). À paraître : Monothéisme et violence, L’expérience chrétienne (Cerf, 2018).

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