"Generally, science leads to truth. Mathematics leads to truth. Philosophy is a way to try and lead to truth. Religion is a way to explain the unexplainable. Religion is far from definite truth. Religion, therefore, unless 100% proven true, is false. Not all the time, though. Just like everything else. Scientific theories are MUCH more thought out and answerable. Religion tries to, and can succeed in successful theories, but the fact that they tell them to be 100% fact because of a scapegoat, God, and that the theories themselves are too far-fetched and just a bit on the biased side, leads science, mathematics, and raw intellectual skills to be truth, and religion to be there to help us emotionally. Science for your brain, God for your heart." - random user on WikiAnswers
I was browsing WikiAnswers conducting research for my personal project The Eighth Deadly Sin, and I happened upon this comment (take note, it is not my comment and it does not represent me). It is to me quite an intelligent perspective. Thoughts?