Religion, Science, Philosophy

  1. Lemma
  2. Θρησκεία, Επιστήμη, Φιλοσοφία
  3. Greek, Modern (1453-)
  4. Katsiampoura, Gianna
  5. Concepts of knowledge and modes of reasoning - Various approaches to the problem of correlation between science and theology
  6. 20-02-2017
  7. Beis, Costas [Author]. Θρησκεία, Επιστήμη, Φιλοσοφία (Religion, Science, Philosophy)
  8. Θρησκεία, Επιστήμη, Φιλοσοφία (Religion, Science, Philosophy)
  9. Philosophy of religion - science-religion relationship
    1. Beis, Costas (2010), Θρησκεία, Επιστήμη, Φιλοσοφία (Religion, Science, Philosophy). Athens: Polis Editions
    1. According to Kostas Beis, the question "if there is a god" is multiple inappropriate. On one hand, it's inappropriate for the theological and especially the Christian thought, because this thought approaches the religious and transcendental God without any interest for scientific development. Further on it is inappropriate also for the believers, because they strongly feel the blessing of God, as the reality of their own existence and is linked with the confidence to Divine protection of themselves and their beloved ones. Additionally, the question is inappropriate for anyone proclaiming the alienation of the religious site, as this installation does not allow for the discussions. It is even absurd the question of the existence or non-existence of God and for anyone although sometimes feel some vague emotion for the transcendental, but without relieved by what offered some religious workers through the centuries. So, some sensitive consciences want to "meet" God, but couldn’t find him. As a conclusion, Costas Beis claims that there isn't evidence of the existence or non-existence of God. So, he who seeks God should be content with testimonies and reflections, whose reliability can not be binding on others.