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This chapter examines the significance of aesthetics and the arts to natural theology, first discussing ways that natural theology can circumvent the evident religiosity of certain kinds of art. It then situates scholarship in the arts and aesthetics in relation to different approaches to natural theology, and concludes by considering a newly expanded understanding of natural theology and its relation to alternative approaches to aesthetics and the arts.
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