Authors: Elemer E Rosinger
As suggested by the modern view and use of the "axiomatic method" in science, a view and use which has placed belief to a very simple deep level and thus far away from the "axioms", as similar approach is suggested in religions. This would create a joint framework upon which both science and religion be based, and could pursue their development in appropriate ways, including possible useful interaction. Within such a joint framework, science would focus on those Laws of Nature which act more or less instantly, while religion would - as has always done it - focus on the Laws of Nature which need not always manifest themselves immediately.
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