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Science demands evidence, religion does not demand evidence and celebrates absence of itEvidence

Science and religion do not have a direct relationship towards each other. What they do have is a relationship to belief.

In brief:

  • In science you will believe when there is evidence. Science celebrates belief in presence of evidence.
  • In religion you will believe when there is no evidence. Religion celebrates belief in absence of evidence.

Some religions even makes it a virtue to believe in the absence of evidence.

So you could say that these two are mutually exclusive because if you have evidence for a claim, then you are not a religious believer any more. In when faced with evidence that corroborates a claim you are simply subscribing to a known and provable fact of reality.

Science demands evidence, religion does not demand evidence and celebrates absence of it

Science and religion do not have a direct relationship towards each other. What they do have is a relationship to belief.

In brief:

  • In science you will believe when there is evidence
  • In religion you will believe when there is no evidence

Some religions even makes it a virtue to believe in the absence of evidence.

So you could say that these two are mutually exclusive because if you have evidence for a claim, then you are not a religious believer any more. In when faced with evidence that corroborates a claim you are simply subscribing to a known and provable fact of reality.

Evidence

Science and religion do not have a direct relationship towards each other. What they do have is a relationship to belief.

In brief:

  • In science you will believe when there is evidence. Science celebrates belief in presence of evidence.
  • In religion you will believe when there is no evidence. Religion celebrates belief in absence of evidence.

Some religions even makes it a virtue to believe in the absence of evidence.

So you could say that these two are mutually exclusive because if you have evidence for a claim, then you are not a religious believer any more. In when faced with evidence that corroborates a claim you are simply subscribing to a known and provable fact of reality.

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Science demands evidence, religion demands nodoes not demand evidence and celebrates absence of it

Science and religion do not have a direct relationship towards each other. What they do have is a relationship to belief.

In brief:

  • In science you will believe when there is evidence
  • In religion you will believe when there is no evidence

Some religions even makes it a virtue to believe in the absence of evidence.

So you could say that these two are mutually exclusive because if you have evidence for a claim, then you are not a religious believer any more. In when faced with evidence that corroborates a claim you are simply subscribing to a known and provable fact of reality.

Science demands evidence, religion demands no evidence

Science and religion do not have a direct relationship towards each other. What they do have is a relationship to belief.

In brief:

  • In science you will believe when there is evidence
  • In religion you will believe when there is no evidence

So you could say that these two are mutually exclusive because if you have evidence for a claim, then you are not a religious believer any more. In when faced with evidence that corroborates a claim you are simply subscribing to a known and provable fact of reality.

Science demands evidence, religion does not demand evidence and celebrates absence of it

Science and religion do not have a direct relationship towards each other. What they do have is a relationship to belief.

In brief:

  • In science you will believe when there is evidence
  • In religion you will believe when there is no evidence

Some religions even makes it a virtue to believe in the absence of evidence.

So you could say that these two are mutually exclusive because if you have evidence for a claim, then you are not a religious believer any more. In when faced with evidence that corroborates a claim you are simply subscribing to a known and provable fact of reality.

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Science demands evidence, religion demands no evidence

Science and religion do not have a direct relationship towards each other. What they do have is a relationship to belief.

In brief:

  • In science you will believe when there is evidence
  • In religion you will believe when there is no evidence

So you could say that these two are mutually exclusive because if you have evidence for a claim, then you are not a religious believer any more. In when faced with evidence that corroborates a claim you are simply subscribing to a known and provable fact of reality.