Throughout human history, religion has been intertwined with science. From the very earliest attempts by man to explain his origins, through to sacrificial offerings to ensure prosperity, gods have served their purpose as judges, matchmakers, and guides. However, in modern times God and science have been seemingly at odds with two opposing groups emerging: the proponents of science, and the followers of God. But, as their origins are the same, does science exist without God or God without science?
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