All Science Is Theology

From Within CreationAll science is theology or, said in another way, theology is the only science, with each otherwise-named path of research merely being a sub-discipline of the greater course of study. The whole of we call the “sciences” is nothing more or less than Man’s attempt to discern the Divine’s will and how it was enacted upon Creation.

There’s no intrinsic conflict between between Science and Religion. Sir Isaac Newton, arguably the father of modern Western science knew that as did even the Muslim World’s Abū ʿAlī al-Ḥasan ibn al-Ḥasan ibn al-Haytham. The conflict between Science and Religion is a purely modern invention and a poor one at that.

Related Reading:

Theology: The Basics
Basic Theology: A Popular Systematic Guide to Understanding Biblical Truth
The World's Religions (Plus)
Musings of the Moment: A book of poems
Classic Philosophy for the Modern Man

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4 Responses to “All Science Is Theology”

  1. titfortat Says:

    “There was a time when religion thought it could explain all the world, then came science. They both come up short.”

  2. jonolan Says:

    Religion can still explain all the world but only macroscopically, whereas science can also explain all the world but only in specific. Together they work well, with religion explain why and science explaining how.

  3. Titfortat Says:

    Actually I think religion also works more micro than macro. The problems we see much of the time in the world are when regional religions attempt to spread their belief systems throughout.

  4. jonolan Says:

    Issues involving sects trying to expand are a completely different thing than the simple fact that religion can explain the “big pictures” and the why of things, whereas a science can explain the details and the how of things.

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