Computational theology

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Computational Theology or Computational Religion or Computational Creationism is a study that attempts to link religion and god to computer science or similar academic field. Computational Theology tries to understand and explain religion and god by understanding computer science and other related fields.[1][2][3]

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  1. ^ Computational Creationism, American Scientists
  2. ^ Modeling the evolution of religious institutions
  3. ^ Computing Religion: A New Tool in the Multilevel Analysis of Religion, Method & Theory in the Study of Religion, Volume 24, Number 3, 2012 , pp. 267-290(24)

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