Religious beliefs say that the world was either created by god, or it is a birth, life, and rebirth procedure.
Scientific beliefs say that the world was created by a massive explosion. One famous theory would be the big bang.
One day, billions of years ago, the world came to piece. No one knows how it came, but some speculations consist that some god made the world or that the world just came together one day.
How are the two connected?
Although the two theories are mutually different explicitly, Scientific beliefs and Religious beliefs are still similar implicitly.
Religious beliefs are also based off evidence. From bibles, or handwritten books, we are able to understand how the world came to piece, bit by bit. We also find evidence as time goes but but instead of altering as you find more evidence, our knowledge grows and it adds onto our belief of the world.
Science beliefs are mainly thought through several different evidence from the natural world and was changed and adapted as we, scientists found more evidence.
Religious theories are similar as well. In most religions, such as Christianity and Hinduism, there is either a god or several gods that made the world. However, not everything was made in a click. Everything was made after each other.
Scientific theories suggest that the world was created by something like the big bang, and slowly the world came together bit by bit. The theories explain that everything was slowly made, meaning that everything didn't appear one day. It took several days, months, and years to build up everything this world has.
This is an introduction to this topic and it gives a brief overview of the Scientific and Religious beliefs. This is relevant because this gave the reader an idea of what the topic is and gave background information.
Example of the Relationship
Let us give you an example. Our world was nothing, and then slowly things started coming into piece. In Science, although it is unclear on the exact order everything was made, it was clearly stated that everything was made in some kind of order.
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Other ways they might be connected
This is the first actual explanation of why the two are connected. In this cell, the two people explain the two stories of both Science and Religion, and they explain how the theories were suggested in the first place.
This cell gives an example of the two topics. It explains the first connection between Science and Religion. This cell is relevant the information given backs up the thesis statement thoroughly.
Meanwhile, in Religious theories, light was created, then water, then land, and so on. The world came together one by one, making a Solar System, and the Earth itself.
This cell is relevant because this give other connections between Science and Religion. The cell explains two other ways they are connected through, and this gives a stronger opinion on how the two are related.
Another similarity between the two theories is that they are based of facts and evidence found in the world. From information found in the revolving world, scientists and religious believers were able to find information to make a theory.
Science beliefs don't conclude to one theory, and Religious beliefs don't conclude to one theory as well. Both have multiple theories that are different from each other, yet they are somewhat similar. Two examples for Scientific beliefs would be the Big Bang Theory and the Steady State Theory. Examples for Religious beliefs would be Hinduism, Buddhism, Christianity, Islam, and Judaism.
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Science and Religious theories are just based of different understandings and opinions, but how they are formed are similar. By observing the real world we have today, people were able to theorize for themselves.
Although Science and Religious beliefs of the origins of the universe are totally different, they somehow are connected and are similar. They are made to theorize how the universe started and was made, and they are just two different topics on the universe's origin.