John F Haught considers Darwinism to be a reasonably close, though incomplete
and abstract, approximation of the way life has developed on Earth. Unlike
Rolston, he believes that the self-limiting scope of the sciences will not be
able to detect divine action in biological history, but that it exists
nevertheless. As such, his view is explicitly a theology of nature. He is
sharply critical of the argument from design, and the Intelligent Design
movement in particular, arguing that the metaphysics of divine humility ...
explains the actual features of evolution much more intelligibly.
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