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Generally, yes.

It depends which definition of religion you are using. Most real world religions are mostly compatible with science, but many, such as creationism, are not. Religions involving miracles are generally unscientific, but that doesn't necessarily mean they can't be made compatible with science.


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THE TRUE sciences that have passed the test of "Scientific Method" are indeed compatible with the true religion of the Bible. This worship passes the test of true faith as stated at :

(Hebrews 11:1) “11 Faith is the assured expectation of what is hoped for, the evident demonstration of realities that are not seen. . .”

--The idea of "blind faith" is totally at odds with truths & doctrines that make sense in the Bible !

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Faith is confidence or trust in a person (as in their ability), thing, deity, in the doctrines or teachings of a religion, or view (e.g. having strong political faith) even without empirical evidence.

Faith may also refer to: Bad faith, a legal concept in which a malicious motive on the part of a party in a lawsuit undermines their case Bad faith (existentialism), mauvaise foi, a philosophical concept wherein one denies one's total freedom, instead choosing to behave as an inert object Fáith, the Irish for "prophet, seer" Good faith, bona fides, the mental and moral state of honesty Religion, any specific system of belief ("one's faith") Religious belief, the belief in the reality of the mythological, supernatural, or spiritual aspects of a religion. The first of the theological virtues in Catholic theology Trust (social sciences) in a person or entity Uberrima fides (Utmost good faith), the legal doctrine of certain contractual obligations.