1994, Wesley J. Wildman picked up the theme of similarities and differences
and developed it in crisp detail, focusing mainly on the practice of science
and theology. Drawing on the pragmatist philosophy of C. S. Peirce and John
Dewey, Wildman stressed the inherent diversity of theology, the differences in
their activities from those of science, and argued that theology "should not
emulate the scientific method in details, but rather return to the general
theory of inquiry." Wesley Wildman, "Similarities and Differences in the
Practice of Science and Theology," CTNS Bulletin 14.3(Fall 1994).
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