7 Answers

  1. First, there are no “religious” or “scientific” facts. Their explanation may be religious or scientific. Science offers a coherent system of mutually supportive theories that explain certain facts from a materialistic perspective. Religion postulates (proclaims without proof) the explanation of facts by far-fetched stories that have no scientific confirmation, but are joyfully perceived by people who are not ready to accept scientific “brainstorming”.

    An example exaggerated for emphasis.

    Thunder, lightning, and thunder. A scientific explanation.

    We all know with varying degrees of detail that electrification occurs in a thundercloud, the separation of electric charges, and when the voltage between the differently charged parts of the cloud or between the cloud and the ground exceeds the breakdown voltage, a giant spark – lightning-jumps between them. An electric discharge in a gas is accompanied by heating to a glow and a sound from instantaneous thermal expansion.

    Thunder, lightning, and thunder. An alternative explanation.

    What the fuck is a spark discharge in a gas environment?! This is Elijah the thunderer-the lord of thunder, heavenly fire, rain, patron of harvest and fertility, rides in the sky on a chariot, rattles and lets out lightning, chasing the serpent. The sun is the wheel of Elijah the prophet's chariot, the Milky Way is the road that the prophet rides on, drawn by fiery horses, which is why thunder occurs.

  2. The answer is banal. Scientific facts are facts. Religious facts simply don't exist. There are religious beliefs, but no facts. In fact, here is the first chapter of the Bible, which tells about the creation of the world. Everything stated in it contradicts the real facts based on the study of the world. How do believers cope? Either they discard scientific facts, or they treat them “allegorically”. In the first case, it ignores reality, and in the second, it is a trick that deprives what is written in the Bible of meaning.

    Or another option. A lot is done on the basis of scientific data, the computer behind which we sit is created on the basis of science. First, it was necessary to at least discover semiconductors, understand how they conduct current, and create microchips based on this knowledge. Do you see anything created based on religious knowledge? That's it.

  3. They are no different.

    The Church believes that Christ did not write a single word and science does not have a single work of Christ.

    And this is called idiocy, not science, which slavishly accepted a false story against the Russians and Christ.

    In addition, it is a crime against its own people, who pay for it with their own blood.

    The author of the Word about Igor's regiment-Christ-Andrey Glebovich Davyd, where He told about his Crucifixion by Vseslav of Polotsk in 1185.

    How can you ignore this?

    Isn't that idiotic?

  4. Of course, their interpretation. Science considers facts as building blocks in the pyramid of the universe. Each of them is connected and conditioned by the others. All together, they are built into a logically integral and consistent unity of knowledge. Religion confuses facts with appearances, appearances about them. Without trying to get into their being. It 's being is not investigated by it' s religion, it is proclaimed.

  5. They differ only in subjectivity and objectivity. Religion is a personal experience of the believer. Science is a reproducible fact. God is not knowable in nature because he exists outside the laws of the created world. A believer should not seek proof of the existence of God. A scientist should not take anything for granted (but he often does when creating pseudo-scientific sects).

  6. The fact that “the”atheist” respondents point the finger at Einstein and Newton when answering this question, and the believers point the finger at God. Both of them do not need proof, but only require the rejection of criticism, i.e., blind faith.

  7. We have many ways of knowing existence – play, myth, art, science, philosophy, and religion. Each of them is based on ontologies(in fact, abstract things, but if you recognize them as nonsense, you will make life boring), science is based on the ontology of matter(and in fact, what is matter, how to prove its existence rationally? Religion is based on the ontology of God (pure being) and on the ontology of connection. That is, if science is based on the manifestations of being and its attributes, then religion is based on the properties of being as such.

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