Faith and Science

Can faith exist independently of science? Does science deny God?

Why do some scientists find confirmation of their faith in God through science, while others confirm their atheism through it?

The reason lies in the fact that God is not a scientific concept, and science cannot prove or disprove metaphysical and theological propositions (and vice versa).

There are no scientific proofs for the existence of God, just as there is no scientific atheism. Rather, certain aspects that emerge from the study of the physical reality can confirm or challenge pre-existing existential positions. However, although increasingly rare, there are still extreme positions that see religious faith in conflict with scientific inquiry.

Through the following dossiers, constantly updated, we delve into the theme of this alleged conflict:


Our dossiers:


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