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Religion
What is it?

Religion can best defined as an organized collection or system of beliefs,
cultures or world views as relate to the spiritual and moral activity of human beings.
Many religions relate stories, display symbols, follow traditions
from revered histories or tales that are intended to give meaning to life
or to the origin of life or the Universe.
These teachings about the cosmos and human nature are intended to give
guidance to the morality and ethical conduct as supported by religious laws
to promote a proper lifestyle. According to some estimates,
there are roughly 4,200 religions in the world.

Many religions promote a discipline of conduct administered and assisted
by a clergy. Membership encourages adherence to their code of conduct
as has been interpreted by scriptures and modified over time.
The practice of a religion may also include rituals, funeral and
matrimonial services and initiations. Most important is commemoration
or veneration of a deity, gods or goddesses.
Religions embrace sacrifices, encourage meditation, prayer,
trances and other methods of adoration. Many visit holy places,
attend festivals participate in music, art, dance and public services.
Sermons and additional lectures are provided to enhance understanding
of the religion and other aspects of human culture.
The word religion is sometimes used interchangeably with faith or a belief system. Religion, for some, differs from a discipline, but is a private belief in that
it is "something eminently social".
A global 2012 statistic reports that 59% of the world's population is religious,
23% are not religious and 13% are atheists.
A Scientist's Opinion About God
Michio Kaku
Einstein on God
Welcome to the "Realm of Reality"
The contents of this web site is not about revealed or formal religion and/or
a belief in a supernatural power or system of faith and worship.
Rather the purpose is to explore and to examine reality as viewed through
three (3) different windows of understanding.
Religion, as revealed in the scriptures an evoking faith.
Science expressed in patterns and measured in quantities through mathematics. Metaphysical Philosophy understood in the nature of things.
Every effort will be made to present ideas in layman's terms.
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RELIGION
Religion attempts to explain reality through an interchange and/or a collection of beliefs or cultural systems relating to the spiritual and moral values and conduct of humanity.

Spiritualism is as old as homo-sapiens, maybe older. At first it was the spirits of nature itself that surrounded us, feeding us, causing havoc in our lives, providing grand tails of the cosmology above, and the ultimate assurance of death.

We humans are storytellers and categorists. What story could be more enchanting than the unknown, the beginnings, and the ends.

Every religious phenomenon has its history and its derivation from preceding generations. Thus, as civilizations formed so did religious experiences, becoming more complex with time and experience.

With the advent of writing, these experiences, ceremonies and beliefs passed from one generation to the next being modified by their new experiences.


This was and is reality to mankind down through the ages including today for most peoples. Our attempt here is to look at this history and to examine this reality. We also, need to relate religious reality to philosophy and modern scientific concepts of reality. 

PHILOSOPY
Philosophy originated with the ancient Greeks. Philosophy
translates as,
"For the love of wisdom". Philosophical reality embraces the general and fundamental problems connected with existence, knowledge, reason, mind, behavior and language.

Philosophy employs a general systematic approach through
rational argument.
The Greeks divided their love of wisdom
into four (4) basic disciplines:

Metaphysics
--- study of
the nature of reality in relationship between mind, body, substance & accident, events and causation
.
Metaphysics is the philosophical consideration of things,
the entities which we name being.

Epistemology: study of
the nature and scope of knowledge, that is, whether knowledge is even possible. It is concerned with skepticism, truth, belief and justification.

Ethics: reckons with moral
behavior and the questions of the best way to live.

Secondarily, considering
the idea of morality of human acts,
It attempts to measure and provide an interpretation of good and bad actions, and how one ought to act.

Logic: the study of valid argument forms.
Today the subject of logic has two broad divisions: mathematical logic (formal symbolic logic) and
what is now called philosophical logic.

SCIENCE
Cosmological reality is explained through the language of Mathematics in the measurements of quantities.

Mathematicians seek out patterns and promote conjectures (speculated hypothesize) to formulate concepts of space, structure and change, etc.

Science is systematic endeavor that develops and organizes knowledge in the form of testable explanations.
Science makes predictions about  the Universe and the "Matter" contained therein.

Classical science, closely
related to philosophy, dates back to the Greeks, but by the 17th century the disciplines of philosophy and science separated.
an extensive body of knowledge became modern science.

Today science has taken on
a general classification of social science, formal science and applied science.

From these general
classifications each has
Sub-divide into many
Specialized Classifications.

 
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