The future of religion ‘In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth. The earth was without form and void, and darkness was upon the face of the deep; and the Spirit of God was moving over the face of the waters. And God said, ‘Let there be light’; and there was light… ‘ (Gen 1: 1.
5) ‘… then the LORD God formed man of dust from the ground, and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life; and man became a living being. ‘ (Gen 2: 7) This part from the bible is a typical example of what people used to believe before scientists came and gave logical explanations to the questions of mankind. It is possible, of course, to define a non-supernatural ‘religious’ worldview that is not in conflict with science. But in all of its traditional forms, the supernatural religious worldview makes the assumption that the universe and its inhabitants have been designed and created by ‘forces’ or beings which transcend the material world. The material world is postulated to reflect a mysterious plan originating in these forces or beings, a plan which is knowable by humans only to the extent that it has been revealed to an exclusive few.
Criticising or questioning any part of this plan is strongly discouraged, especially where it touches on questions of morals or ethics. Science, on the other hand, assumes that there are no transcendent, immaterial forces and that all forces which do exist within the universe behave in an ultimately objective or random fashion. The nature of these forces, and all other scientific knowledge, is revealed only through human effort in a dynamic process of inquiry. The universe as a whole is assumed to be neutral to human concerns and to be open to any and all questions, even those concerning human ethical relationships. Such a universe does not come to us with easy answers. We must come to it and be prepared to work hard.
Question no 9) A package is dropped from a helicopter moving upward at 15m/s If it takes16 sec before the package strikes the ground, how high above the ground was the package when it was released if air resistance is negligible? Ans) 1000m Question no. 11) If A -B = 0, then the vectors A and B have equal magnitudes and are directed in the opposite directions from each other. Ans) False Question ...
According to Thomas W. Clark science and religion are in a battle from the day that scientists got in the fields of the theologies. This war takes place till now. On the one hand science filled all the gaps that man had for life and pointed new directions for thinking.
On the other hand religion is providing a felling of safety for humans – that someone is out there and keeps an eye on them. But as the years passes through this mighty God proves him self fake. Therefore it is inevitable that the religions we have now will fade away like the religions that have gone from the ancients times.