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'The more science advances, the more religion will decline.' To what extent do you agree? by Mind Map: 'The more science advances, the more religion will decline.' To what extent do you agree?
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'The more science advances, the more religion will decline.' To what extent do you agree?

Anti-thesis (disagree)

It is fallacious to assume that science and religion cannot co-exist. Science deals with facts while religion deals with values.

Religion acts as the moral compass in our life, and are the definite ethical limits to science. Man will lose their moral bearing in a world ruled only be facts, but without faith.

Advancement of pseudo sciences such as Astrology, which has strong links to Christianity.

Religion and science are not contradicting in nature. Religion provides mental support to mankind in the progressing world.


"Scientism" or "evolutionism": Science's increasing ability to explain, shape, quantify the human experience, in place of earlier dependence on religious beliefs for such purposes.

Religious rituals and practices can sometimes turn egregious, we need a more scientific approach to life

The fundamental difference between religion and science: Religion is based on AUTHORITY, while Science is based on OBSERVATION and REASON. It is believed that Science will win because observation and reason will work to serve humans better than authority. In fact, our modern world is progressing in the direction of rationality.

With the advancement in Science, consumerism has became the new religion.


Religion is a collection of cultural systems, belief systems, and worldviews that establishes symbols that relate humanity to spirituality and, sometimes, to moral values.

Science refers to the process (and product) of pursuing knowledge, facts and truths through research, testable explanations and predictions about the universe.

Advances -> Progresses; improves

Decline -> Fall in popularity

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