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Can religion be replaced by science with genetic cloning and various scientific developments?

Tags: education, politics & government, religion & spirituality
Asked by truth exposed, 14 Nov '12 10:07 am
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People who do not believe in Allah, religion and metaphysics or people with a weak belief, are waiting for the day that science will take religions place, the prophecy which was put forward by Auguste Comte years ago. When scientists make an invention or science and technology together realize an event like mans landing on the moon, they get excited and start to ask if that day has come or if they have found a proof to get rid of religion, and some of them start to scream 'Eureka, Eureka...
Lately, we saw the similar moods and excitements when a sheep and a monkey got cloned genetically. A feminist lady proclaimed From now on we do not need men for having a child and we got one step closer to our complete freedom and equality. Those men and women think that inseminating an already created cell with an ovum freed of DNA in a special environment and thus having a similar sheep is the act of creating. Similarly, they think that when the need for mans sperm is eliminated, the need for th ...more
Answered by aflatoon, 14 Nov '12 10:10 am

 
  
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I would say both complement each other and there is no competition between religion and science.
Answered by Kulin Shah, 17 Nov '12 07:36 am

 
  
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