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Science vs Religion Since the beginning of human history there have been many explanations for events that seem out of human control in recent civilized history religious and scientific views have often clashed with one another Religious ideas are usually presented first and then enough scientific evidence accumulates to challenge religious beliefs These findings of science are met with incredulity and most are considered a heresy Since the middle ages until the 18th century religious ideology was the most accepted way of explaining the unexplained During the next couple hundred years many members of academiaa school of philosophy using science to support them came up with new ways of dealing with the unanswerable questions When the church had the greatest power men and women of science were viewed as the wicked guys In most cases it was safer to believe in the church and their ideas in order not to be excommunicated or shunned by society than to place their trust in charlatan scientists As a result many conflicts arise between men of religion and men of science Even if a scientist set out to prove the church wrong and show some very strong evidence contrary to popular belief he was usually shunned and his ideas denounced publicly It is not until many people have similar evidence and findings do they gain any credibility with normal people and the church Nowadays people believe that if a scientific view is false then by continuing study and research the truth may be discovered one may conclude that if no one presented new ideas then intelligent thought would have no place in
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