Sunday, April 8, 2012

Religion and Science Unification - Is it possible?

Can everything be measured? Can everything be replicated in a lab?

The Interacademy Panel (IAP – Global network of Science Academies) stated on 2006: “Human understanding of value and purpose are outside of natural science’s scope. However, a number of components – scientific, social, philosophical, religious, cultural and political – contribute to it. These different fields owe each other mutual consideration, while being fully aware of their own areas of action and their limitations”

Would you say that (exact) science has limitations?
Would you say that religion has limits too?

Could they coexist if both acknowledged these limits?

Read the Religion and Science Unification article for input so that the discussion can begin.

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