Science and religion are two different aspects of life. Both have their own importance and values. History tells us that the two have always been in conflict in the; religion was always important and reigned supremely in every sphere of life. But gradually its place was taken by science. Today science is far more important than religion. This is felt by many.
But there are basic differences between the outlook of science and religion. The outlook of science is rational. Science believes in experiment and observation. It teaches its followers that nothing is to be believed until it has been proved to be true through experiments. Religion, on the other hand, is a matter of faith. It teaches its followers to believes and have faith in the teaching of religious teachers and the authority of religious books. Thus whatever is written in the ‘VEDAS’ Quran, Bible or the ‘GITA’ is true, because it is the word of GOD himself. The existence of god cannot be proved but it can be felt by those who have faith. It is all a matter of faith and not of experiment or observation.