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Can Religious Faith and Science Co-exist?
Religious Faith and Science Can Co-exist.
All of science relies on faith to some extent.
Faith and science address inherently different subject matter and can therefore co-exist.
It is category error to contrast religious faith with science because they are not both sources of truth.
There are individuals that believe both in theological and scientific propositions. These individuals see no conflict between them.
As the dynamics and the relationship between science and faith changes, both can coexist at different points in human history.
Faith promotes unscientific thought.
So much can be explained by science, faith is not a necessary tool for understanding life.
Faith and science both make fundamental claims about the world we live in, but use different methods for arriving at those claims. Therefore, conflict will always arise between the two.
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