Heythrop Journal (3):497-508 (2018)

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Hans Van Eyghen
Catholic University of Louvain
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Some philosophers and scientists argue that as science progresses the religious domain shrinks ever more. They see the advance of science as an argument against religion and for naturalism. In what follows I construct the argument that is tacit in this line of reasoning and criticize it.
Keywords Retreat argument  Naturalism  Science and religion
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DOI 10.1111/heyj.12932
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