The relationship between science and religion is not a well-posed question, at least over the last decades. Indeed, it was long ago when scientists such as Boyle or Newton endeavoured to justify in which way their faith could be reconciled with their own scientific discoveries. Nowadays, most scientists seem to share the conviction that region has been and still is a hindrance towards scientific progress. On the other hand, most theologians seem to consider scientists as bold and incapable to understand that, beyond their experiments and calculations, there exists a deeper word on the human being.

Science and religion: a difficult relationship

ANGILELLA, Giuseppe Gioacchino Neil
2017

Abstract

The relationship between science and religion is not a well-posed question, at least over the last decades. Indeed, it was long ago when scientists such as Boyle or Newton endeavoured to justify in which way their faith could be reconciled with their own scientific discoveries. Nowadays, most scientists seem to share the conviction that region has been and still is a hindrance towards scientific progress. On the other hand, most theologians seem to consider scientists as bold and incapable to understand that, beyond their experiments and calculations, there exists a deeper word on the human being.
9783319536637
Scientific Revolution, Scientific Thinking, Christian Theology, Religious Thinking, Vatican Council.
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