Drees writes: "If claims about methodological parallels between science and
theology are not merely claims about parallels, but are assumed to allow
cross-traffic, then those elements that guarantee reference of claims, or
rationality of inferences, or whatever respect is considered central to the
comparison, need to be established on the theological side as well." Drees,
Religion, Science and Naturalism, 143.
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