Does religion play an important in science ?Posted by: stephannoi
28 Total Votes
No,science has nothing in common with religion.Religion is merely nothing else than just a brainwash testament.
Religion should be abolished.There should be no freedom of religion,everyone should be converted into antheist.
Neither of the poll options is true. Science has a lot in common with religion in terms of the questions they try and answer: "How did we get here?", "Why is life the way it is?", "Where did the universe come from?" and so on are all questions which both religion and science try to answer. In that regard, they have a lot in common. The key difference is that science gets those questions right, or when it gets them wrong, is then corrected better science; never by religion.
@PsychicPhyicist, Science and religion are polar opposites. Where science tries to find answers to questions. Religion tries to find questions for it's one and only answer (God). This is because they believe their god as the one and only truth therefore must be the one and only answer to all questions.
Couldn't of just left it at "yes" or "no" had to throw in your bias?
If any one have a friend who studied about quran you should ask about the link between the whole science and quran. Nearly upcoming findings shows that the wholly quran is always right in the science too.
Religion is religion. Science is science. The two should not be confused.