Still, philosophers utilize evidence derived from the sciences to reformulate their theories. While many scholars and practitioners of both disciplines will shout to the high heavens that there is an inseparable ocean between the two, I would argue that the similarities unite them more than divide. All religions accept that there are infinite number of individuals who interact with one physical world. Also God is universally described as transcendent , that is independent of and beyond the realm of matter. Matter and energy follow physical laws.
Also I believe that this is a trend which is set to continue whereby we may expect to see in the future a continuing and progressive convergence between science and religion. In both areas of spiritual activity is present outside the visible existence and transcendent experience. If thoughts keep coming and going all the time, against what backdrop do they come and go? A separation between the sacred and the profane is something else lacking in philosophy. Religion is all about practices and whereas philosophy is all about. Education is a process in which someone undertakes to learn something under the guidanc … e of someone within some physical, social and cultural setting and context.
The truth is not directly revealed because, God tells us, we can never know. If we believe in a heaven and desire it, a heaven is projected in our mind. As expected, however, some do not completely agree with the idea that science and religion have similar goals, or that they even overlap, whatsoever. This religious dogma they had believed in all their life, it was not until about the scientific revolution in the 16th century that science was widely accepted by all. Philosophy is used to find answers from things we are able to see, and accept. Nevertheless, some schools of philosophy are so similar to theology that they are barely distinguishable.
Religion is philosophy but philosophy is not religion; rather, it could be a form of religion. Religion, like philosophy, tend to desire to obtain the answer to the question about the driving forces of life in the most General sense of the word. This is quite a biased view of religion, but I did learn something here. So long as they adhere to these premises, they may have a point, but others can fairly challenge the first premise. Not only is this applicable to religion, it applies to science as well. Science is essentially blind to truth, beauty, and goodness, blind to love, duty, honour, and nobility.
Ancient Roman society before this time period was religiously devoted to polytheistic deities. The fact that this confusion exists in practice shows that there isn't any clear, reliable indicator one can point to. Religion cannot be defined as something with a one fixed meaning. The diagram above represents the juncture where religion meets science and philosophy. As every particle of matter, including the molecules in the brain follow physical laws, the dynamics of the entire universe, including the thoughts of every one, is deterministic and so, pre-determined. I was myself involved in many of the family rituals conducted and that always amused me.
See: it is of the system in which we claim knowledge of this or that. But all religions concur on the independence and freedom, however limited, of the individual. God himself is a treasure house of ethical qualities. It questions the absolute truth that each soul is potentially divine. I am the only independent existence. For instance God is universally described as immanent and within us, in all the World's great faiths.
So we are seeing then how the cutting edge of science is confirming timeless mystical truths that exist at the heart of all the World's great faith traditions. It is this question as well as others that create a hunger within people to seek out and ultimately discover the truths of the world, whatever that may be. So it is easy to see why it has caused so many controversial world issues. The philosophers that are anti-religion reject the fact established by them or the proof provided by them but, as was noted earlier, fail to establish that there is no God. This is the reason why philosophers are called as thinkers whereas propagators of religions are called leaders.
Its path passes through ethics. You are free to create your world. Science is interested in releasing the hidden power of matter. I cannot be the mind. Religion, although considered as a subset of philosophy, involves many supernatural beliefs and superstitions some of which are already too hard to believe that philosophers constantly argue against them. Unfortunately, I don't think that's what we have here.
On the other side of the fence we also witness today among many religious people and especially those of a fundamentalist persuasion, a real antagonism towards many areas of science. There are many parallels between science and religion, and little reason to place them completely at odds. The magnitude of psychic functioning exhibited appears to be in the range between what social scientists call a small and medium effect. Some historical evidence even indicates that science and religion may have possibly originated from a single source of knowledge that subsequently branched off, or that the two may actually represent distinct paths leading in the same general direction, while intertwining and intersecting at various points in the timeline of human culture. I say philosophy, but really it could be your parents, or teachers, or friends who glue different points of view onto the same whole.