Galileo, despite a momentary defeat could, thanks to his great intellectual strength, make the new point of view about the translation of the planets was accepted by everyone. Although arose to its waves of anti-intelectualismo alrededor, his pro-funda faith never the abandono and he never abandoned his Church. Einstein, although he impatiently in regards to any creed or dogma, was a deeply religious man. He said that knowing the answer to the meaning of human life or the life of any creature is being religious. He sincerely believed that nobody can be happy if you don’t follow the law that is behind life. Other men of science, modern, deeply religious tambien, but in a sense more or-todoxo to Einstein, Millikan, Jeans and Eddington were. Is podrian add many others. It would be vain to say that there has not been scientific and religious creeds there actualmente any conflicts between the dogmas.

There are between one and other so many ro-ces between the same creeds. However, this happens almost altogether in the lowest levels of specific dogma concerning the world of nature, and You can greatly reduce through greater tolerance on both sides. On the other hand, it seems that such tolerance is increasing. Some men of science are so intolerant as mystical muchos, yet – it is an intolerance of another class. Many biologists are decided in-between-cistas and consider that man is only a set of organs, which in themselves are nothing more than a set of molecules. However, the biologist knows better than anyone what foolish is to consider an entity simply as the sum of its parts. A violin is much more than a set of casings, wood, varnish and other particles, but, if we look at moleculas, you can find any other co-sa. Much more important than the subject of the violin is the information which required its design and manufacture and emotional reactions that can lead to who is listening.