BAHA’I WRITINGS ON THE HARMONY OF SCIENCE AND RELIGION

R S Sarracino

Abstract


Science and religion, the two wings of the bird of civilization, are called in the Baha’i writings ‘the two most potent forces in human life’ (Shoghi Effendi 1938:204). From Baha’i scripture a remarkably unific view of the harmony of science and religion emerges.


Keywords


Baha’i writings; natural science; religion; Baha’i scripture; humans and nature; revelation and science

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.7833/61-0-1521

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