Butler Declan (2006). Â« When science and theology meet Â». Nature, vol. 443, nÂ° 7107, septembre, p. 10–11. En ligne : <http://www.geocities.com/lclane2/vatican.html>.
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" Church ready to reject intelligent design.
Religion is religion, science is science, and good fences make good neighbours. That seems likely to be the thrust of an expected clarification by the Roman Catholic Church of its position on biological evolution, according to a prominent biologist who spoke at a retreat on the topic held last weekend by Pope Benedict XVI.
This outcome would be a blow to supporters of intelligent design who had hoped that factions in the Vatican sympathetic to their ideas might prevail in an internal feud over evolution that has opened since the death of Pope John Paul II in April last year. That could have given a global axis to what has been largely a US cultural phenomenon."
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