Both,but religion comes first.Why? Well religion cause it'll take us to the right path and science (sometimes) because I know its right,I don't trust anything science based unless I think its right. :) What about you?
science because science has facts and proof. religion is just something that people believe in. to me there is no proof. im not saying i dont believe in god but you know, im the 'i need proof' kind of person.
I trust science. Science is simply the best method of understanding the universe around us, because it is based on empirical evidence and objective observation. Religion is based on faith, which requires neither observation nor evidence. In my opinion, faith is for fools.
science. If i trust religion, its not real. The bible, is not real. I refuse to listen to a BOOK, written by a MAN. No matter how many times you tell me god asked the man to write it, I know its not true. I'm a teenager, and don't believe in fairy tales anymore.
I say thank you surgeon, not thank god. Religion holds back science, and science pretty much removes religion. So if you denounce science, might as well live as the Amish. Especially those angry Christians everyone rolls their eyes at, they should know that the father of computer science was a gay atheist. Your computers tainted by more well known non believers such as Bill Gates, Linus Torvald, and Steve Jobs.
Those who value logic, reasoning, and evidence will invariably "trust" science. Then, there are many who for one reason or another, don't value those things at all, and they trust their faith. Why? Because the Bible told them to trust God. Why do they trust the Bible? Because God said its words were Truth. This is another thing only the former type of person tends to see, while the latter types of people are completely blind to it. The spin of that Circular Reasoning is worse than a Category 5 eye wall.
My Experience /Personal Belief Gives 1st Preference To God As T h e Creator Of Every- thing; Including Science. Science Is A Discovery Deal Whereas God Is Omnipotent; All Knowing. Science Is Second Place.
I think you meant scientists instead of science. Because science is science. It just is. And no religion can change that. But scientists, they are simply people who study science with accurate results! Why would we not trust them? Unlike scientists, religion is one biased mutherf*****!
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I'm a Muslim...in Islam science and religion are one...they can't be apart...science always agree with the Holy Quran :) may Allah(God) guide you to the right path :) amen :) Happy Holiday everybody and merry Xmas to all :)
Neither. I am Christian. Science is just something that man made; it is of the flesh. Religion is something that man made too. Religion causes people to fight over the truth, that may not be the truth; God doesn't want argument and confusion. Science and Religion aren't nothing but two man-made things that put you in the trap of putting your trust in man instead you should be putting your trust in the Lord. Christianity doesn't belong in those two categories,its the truth.
I trust both because I believe that God's power and majesty are to great to be fully comprehended by mere mortals. But, unlike so many others on this site, I also respect the rights of others to their own beliefs and ideas without ridicule.
As a Seventh-Day Adventist, I trust my religion, as well as some aspects of science. Not all science is accurate though. There are many aspects of science that I believe to be FALSE, such as evolution.
I believe that scientific knowledge and belief in the Bible could go together. The Bible is not a science textbook. It is, however, a book of truth, and truth can stand the test of time. (John 17:17)
With much study and research, I became fully convinced that the Bible is in harmony with scientific fact. I have never encountered a conflict between a proved scientific fact and a teaching of the Bible. Often, seeming conflicts are caused by a lack of knowledge—either of a scientific teaching or of what the Bible really says.
So yes I completely trust not religion as a whole, but the truth of God's Word and scientific fact!
I trust science, and not religion. Religion is what man wants to happen and what man wants to believe through fear of reality. Religion is what man uses to feel secure. Some say the bible has stood the test of time, but over the years christians have changed what the Bible has said. The Bible is nothing more than another Holy Doctrine made by man. I trust science because at least science admits when it's wrong. And science is always changing as the world is always changing so there's no possible way any holy doctrine can remain the same.
A bit of both! Mainly religion. I like my religion and there's actually been proof in the scientific community that some of it is recognizably true! (don't get me wrong I believe in my religion anyways lol) for instance science now has reason to believe that the plagues of Moses actually did happen! Cool right? And no one said god couldnt have createdthe world with the big bang. Plus science can't really prove that god doesn't exist. P.s. I'm a catholic :)
A great man once said, "Science without religion is lame, religion without science is blind." That man's name was Albert Einstein. The implication here is that science cannot endure without religion, nor religion without science. Einstein was trying to explain that science and religion need each other, and can't exist without the other. This being said, we must trust both science and religion. Sometimes religion and science clash. As an example, many Christians reject the idea of evolution simply because the Bible said that "God made man." But then again, the Church does allow Christians to believe in evolution as God's way of creating humans, as long as they affirm that all things were created by Him, man was made in His image, man has a soul, our original parents were created pure, their obedience was tested and failed when they disobeyed God and thus lost the supernatural gifts given to the human race by God at creation, their state of original sin was passed onto their offspring, and that they were promised a Savior. (My answer continues in the comments)