Deus ex machina

Deus ex machina, the introduction in high matters of a merely external, material, or mechanical explanation instead of an internal, rational, or spiritual one, which is all a theologian does when he simply names God, and all a scientist does when he simply says Evolution (q.v.).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Deucalion * Deuteronomy
Des Periers, Bonaventure
Despre`aux
Dessalines, Jean Jacques
Dessau
Dessauer, the old
Destouches
Detmold
Detroit
Dettingen
Deucalion
Deus ex machina
Deuteronomy
Deutsch, Emanuel
Deutz
Deux Ponts
Deva
Devanag`ari
Development
Dev`enter
De Vere, Thomas Aubrey
Devil, The