Peter Harrison ABC Religion and Ethics 11 Apr 2012
Vestiges of the theological convictions of the pioneers of modern science may still be found in the common assumption that there are laws of nature that can be discovered.
The predominance of scientists among those preaching the new gospel of atheism might lead to the assumption that science has somehow rendered religious belief unintelligible.
This assumption is worth exploring further, not only because traditionally the question of the grounds of belief has been the province of philosophy, and not the natural sciences, but also because it seems at odds with history.
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Contrary to modern-day thinking, science and religion are not mutually exclusive. Science deals with facts - religion deals with values, and both disciplines can inform the other through the discernment of meaning...
Please see our topical study of Science vs Religion and learn what The Urantia Book teaches about the relation of these two seemingly opposed realities.