Science does not complement religion

Those who say that science fits religion are arrogant for they mean their own religion.  There are many faiths that oppose science - some even forbid going to the doctor.  The rest feign devotion to science but prove by their actions that they oppose it.  A fit would be a two way thing.  Science reaches to religion and religion reaches to science.  It makes no sense for science to be asked to do theology.

Also religion that argues that hearsay is enough to justify belief even unto death is clearly contradicting scientific methodology which can be summed up as, "Keep checking and let the evidence speak.  Keep your biases out of it."

Can Bible ethics support science and teach it?

Can science resurrect me from the dead?

Confronting creationist ideology and harms

Lie: Only a philosophy, not science says a miracle is unscientific

Miracles in the Light of Science

Neuroscience is claimed to refute free will

Real secularism is founded on science

Religion delays belief in science when it dislikes its findings

Religion paints science as deadly as itself

Science and miracles, why science rejects the possibility

Science and Religion can never be friends

Science contradicts God by saying that he may hypothetically false

Science is about the natural and thus ignores supernaturalism

Science is against religion and the Bible on free will

Science opposes all faith not just religious faith

Science Speaks by Stoner and Newman is a pack of lies

Scientific proof that there was a Jesus?

Scientism is a derogatory term for science religion doesn't like

Should Bible be interpreted to fit and teach science?

The notion that thoughts become real is an attack on science

Vile idea that sceptics in the lab magically ruin tests on "psychics"

What does science have to say about the meaning of life?

Why miracles lead to sceptics being called harmful

Why science can't at least say miracles might occur


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