The debate "Religion and science can/should coexist." was started by
March 31, 2019, 4:17 am.
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This isn't really a question because clearly in today's society religion and science do coexisted but they co-exist as a difference in most opinion were one believes in one and the other in the other. Although I have met one person who does believe in their own mind that science and religion do coexist. she was my science teacher she believed that religion was a form of science, a science created when people didn't have explanations for when they died or what happened before them, how they were created. So they came up with an idea on how it could have happened hypothesis but no way to prove it but no way to say it that's not how it happened. Today she believes that only part of the hypothesis was proven wrong the ideology that God created everything exactly how it is because we know evolution is a thing so there wasn't magically Adam and Eve but God could have started the Big Bang and he still could be waiting for us in the afterlife.
I dont believe the two should " Coexist" as religion does not provide scientific fact, the two categories are completely different.
in this days, no exist one fact in religion who proved, I dont say the religion is bad, but the science is objetive
belief is not the same with objetive facts
as seperate entities with seperate purposes. not as intersecting cooperating institutions.
the idea of God can be reconciled with the findings of science, even if it cannot be used as an answer in science... but religion mandates fantastical stories and rituals that are contradicted by science.