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Well, he kind of has a point.

Theology, as an integral part of philosophy, is indeed useful in interpreting scientific research in the context of societal impact and usefulness of scientific findings.
Religion has shown us many ways that do not work and for that alone it deserves credit. Just yesterday I saw a quote by Tesla, saying something like 'I haven't made any mistakes, I just found 1.000 ways that do not work'. Religion has also given us numerous methodologies that are the basis for scientific approaches on interpretation. I'm not saying Religion should be a guiding star or play a leading role in understanding scientific findings, but I doubt that humans would be humand without that little thing called faith. Whatever that may be.

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