Relationship Between Religion And Modern Science

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Religion and Modern Science The relationship amongst religion and science has been a subject of study since established history tended to by scholars, researchers, saints, philosophers and others. Points of view from various districts, societies and recorded ages are different, with some portraying the relationship as one of contention, others depicting it as one of amicability, and others proposing little cooperation. Numerous researchers, savants, and scholars all through history, for example, Francisco Ayala, have seen similarity or autonomy amongst religion and science. Scholar Stephen Jay Gould, different researchers in diverse fields of academic and scientific distinction, and some contemporary scholars hold that religion and science are non-covering magisterial, tending to generally isolated types of knowledge and parts of life. A few scholars or students of history of science, including, Brian Swimme and Ken Wilber propose an interconnection amongst science and religion, while others, for example, accept there are even parallels. This paper argues how both Religion and Science rationalise each other, how they co-exist and instances where they overlap. As soon as a child is born, its relationship to ‘Religion’ materialises. The exposure to Science comes in a little late when the child starts taking education and gains awareness. Religion is often understood as the belief in and worship of a superhuman controlling power, especially a personal God or gods . There are

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