Have you ever felt that religion and science could not coexist without compromising one or the other?
I am very flexible
No. The Bible and science get along quite well.
I think if you build a religion around science then they are compatible.
That won't happen. At least not anytime soon.
Many seem to feel science is incompatible with human biology. I can assure you that is not the case. The problem here is appreciating the beautiful complexities and subtleties.
Yes they can coexist.
No, they are not mutually exclusive. Each has their own realm of influence and each can and does exist as a power which governs our world
No and it's just ignorance to say so.
There really isn't any way for science to compromise and still be science, but the two can coexist, because the two don't overlap. The one is about what we know and hope to learn, and the other is about the innately unknowable.
I think Oscar Wilde's famous quote more closely approximates the relationship between the two.
"Religions die when they are proved to be true. Science is the record of dead religions."
More specifically, archeology, history, and something about studying cultures the name of which I forgot.
The term 'religion' may be too broad here, but Theism and science certainly are incompatible.
Spinoza, Einstein, and thousands of history's other intellectuals would vehemently disagree.
moonshot, I don't understand why not.
Not really. Conservative Protestants are the main ones who have problems with science.
I've never met a conservative Protestant (or any religious person for that matter) offline who had a problem with science.