Relationship Between Science And Religion

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"Modern western empirical has surely been the most impressive intellectual development since the 16th century ". Science is the systematic observation of natural events and based on the analysis of evidence. On the other hand religion is "A strong belief on supernatural power or powers that control the human destiny". Science and religion have confronted each other views about the nature, human life, creation of universe and many others debate. SCIENCE Albert Einstein described the science and religion in his paper; he said that "Science is the century-old endeavor to bring together by means of systematic thought the perceptible phenomena of this world into as thoroughgoing an association as possible". Science also deals to tell the truth based on some observation and evidence, but some time science theories and inventions may be not fulfill all the requirements that anyone strongly believe on that and it will always create reasoning upon these theories and inventions. RELIGION On the other hand religion has defined all the aspects and necessary points of human life and teaches the mankind to spend their lives on specific rules and regulations which religion has. Religion is about belief, and it teaches to human being that believe on facts what it has and religion don 't believe on evidence. VIEWS OF SOME PHILOSOPHERS AND SCIENTISTS ABOUT SCIENCE AND RELIGION Some philosophers are not agree with "conflict" between religion and science, one of them is Swami Vivekananda
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