Do you feel there is an overlap in science and religion, or are they two distinctly different...
realms? Religion to include Atheism, Naturalistic religions, Christianity, Islam, and other major belief systems.
I think certain events in religious text can be explained by science or at least rationalized. Of course there are many parts about religion that can't even be touched by science...very touchy topic to many people haha =p
Too much manipulation in both. Maybe that is the point where they overlap.
There is no overlap, one is a doctrine of blind faith; the other a doctrine of proof.
The biggest overlap I've seen to date is between what quantum physics is revealing about the nature of physical reality and the spiritual concepts found in many eastern religions like Vedanta, Hinduism, Taoism, and even New Testament Christianity. They all seem to be saying that there is one reality that everything is a part of, and that the infinite forms that make up the physical world are all a part of and emerge out of this one, indescribable, unknowable essence.
by YogaKat 4 years ago
Is Christianity the only religion with an immaculate birth - Maryʻs birth to christ.I recently found that American Indians supported a similair belief through prophet Dekanwida. My christian friend says christianity is the only religion where God reaches down to man. I would love to learn...
by Doug Hughes 8 years ago
“Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; …”First Amendment – in that Constitution thingie.Granted, the prohibition is against *Congress* making any law which prohibits the free exercise of your religous beliefs, but I...
by Rabgix 2 years ago
There are an extreme number of Religions in this world, some dead and some alive. How can the followers of one religion be so sure they are correct?I post this here because I come from a Christian family and they're constantly telling me that "Christ is the way and the light" and...
by Lori Colbo 5 years ago
What is meant by organized religion?What do you mean when you say you don't like organized religion and it didn't work for you? It's a common catch phrase that is used a lot these days. I want to write a hub on it. What say you, peeps?
by Liam Hallam 7 years ago
Why do you feel that many people have deserted a particular religion or simply chosen not to followHave the major religions not moved with the times? As an agostic i'd like to see what others feel and see?
by Fairbear 2 years ago
Two relatively similar people are presented with the Bible and the message of Christianity. Person one takes to it eagerly. Person two pushes it as far away as it will go. What is the difference between these two people? Lets add that the two people have identical upbringings, are the same sex,...
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