Opposition between religion and science

Indeed whoever labours to penetrate the secrets of reality with a humble and steady mind, even though he is unaware of the fact, is nevertheless being led by the hand of God, who holds all things in existence, and gives them their identity. Consequently, we cannot but deplore certain habits of mind, which are sometimes found too among Christians which do not sufficiently attend to the rightful independence of science and which, from the arguments and controversies they spark, lead many minds to conclude that faith and science are mutually opposed. (Second Vatican Council. Gaudium et Spes, 1965).
Problem Type:
J: Problems Under Consideration
Date of last update
18.05.1999 – 00:00 CEST