Science or God, What should I believe?

As you all know, the endless debate about the existence of God must have been going on for thousands of years since we discovered the meaning of “science”. So, first of all, let’s start by defining the terms “science” and “God”. Science can describe as the evidence-based study of the world around us and the laws by which it operates, systematic experiments, observations, etc. God, on the other hand, is believe to an unkind entity. Omnipotent and omniscient, but God’s existence contradicts the reality of science.

Because no test has been found yet to prove whether God exists or not, many “scientists” will argue, “Where is your God? Have you seen God? How can you believe in the existence of someone you cannot see?”  To all my friends like that, I would like to ask all of you, “When did you see gravity?”  But apparently, you’re talking about a force that pulls us toward Earth, keeps all the planets on their proper paths, and prevents all kinds of chaos. Similarly, God cannot be an invisible force that directs the universe, our world, and so on.

Differences between science and God

Science or God draw on different aspects of human experience. In science, explanations are based on evidence obtained by observing and experimenting with the natural world. Because these explanations are based on evidence, others can independently test them.

Scientific questions (hypotheses) write in a way that allows them to supported or refuted by data. The hypothesis must revise, retest, or discard if the evidence indicates that it is erroneous.

Religious beliefs not only based on empirical evidence. They may faith-based and usually involve supernatural forces or entities.

Different ways to understand the world

The physical cosmos mechanics and dynamics may understood and explained very well via science. But the purpose of the cosmos cannot shown or explained by science. It is a question that falls under theology or philosophy.

Both can contribute less to a more meaningful world experience when science and religion collide.

Are scientists religious?

Scientists hold different positions on religion.  Many scientists who believe in God as a primordial creator or active force in the universe have written eloquently about their beliefs.  For example, in his The Language of God: A Scientist Presents Evidence for Belief, Francis Collins, a scientist who is currently the director of the National Institutes of Health, wrote: “God’s domain is a spiritual world, which is impossible. To explore the tools and language of science. You must examine It with heart, mind and soul.

Do religious people see a role in science in explaining the world?

Theologists and other believers hold different perspectives on science. Some theologians have proposed critical scientific views and conducted scientific research. For example, a Belgian Catholic priest, Georges Lemaître, was one of the first to suggest that the universe began when extremely condensed matter rapidly expanded (now known as the “Big Bang Theory”) about 100 years ago.

And the Vatican has employed a senior astronomer with scientific training and kept an astronomical observatory for ages.

Can religious people accept evolution?

Most people do not see a conflict between religious beliefs and evolution. They accept evolution as a fundamental science concept and believe in god.

Do you believe in science or God?

Science is something you do. It is about exploring, understanding and explaining the world around us. In fact, in the scientific method, distrust is built into it: you don’t believe your eyes. And you don’t even trust your measurements. You repeat the experiment until you can explain what’s happening. Attempts can make to remove anything that affects the repeated experiment. Or at least try to calculate how it affected the test.

From a scientific point of view, how life began

Three conditions must meet for life to begin. First, groups of molecules that can reproduce themselves must come together. Second, these molecular groupings should show transcriptional variation, enabling some to take advantage of resources and withstand environmental challenges more than others. Third, variations had to inherit so that some varieties increased in number under favorable ecological conditions.

Scientists study the origin of life,

In order to find a reliable theory of the origin of life, many questions must be answered. Scientists studying the origins of life look for which sets of chemicals can start to replicate. Even if a living cell can make in the laboratory from simple chemicals, it does not prove that nature followed the same path billions of years ago. But the principles behind the chemical origins of life and plausible chemical descriptions of the process are open to scientific investigation, as are all other natural phenomena.

The history of science shows that even tricky questions like how life originated may one day answer due to theoretical advances, the development of new instruments, and the discovery of new facts.

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