10 Religion that Are Science Based and Why?

The history of religion is a very interesting thing. There were times when religion was used as a way to control the masses, but that has changed over time. Nowadays, people are getting more and more interested in science and are looking at different aspects of their religions from a scientific point of view.

Which religion is scientifically proven? There are a lot of religions out there, and some of them are based on science. There are also some religions that contradict science, but those tend to be the minority. Here is a list of 10 religions that are scientifically proven and why:

Buddhism

Buddhism is a religion and philosophy based on the teachings of Siddhartha Gautama, commonly known as the Buddha. It is the fourth-largest religion in the world, with over 500 million followers.

Why it agrees with science?

Buddhism teaches that there is no permanent or unchanging self (no soul) or true reality underlying all things. Instead, many aspects of life are empty—including all material things, emotions, thoughts and desires. This view allows for a scientific perspective on these phenomena and leads to greater understanding of our world as well as ourselves.

Taoism

Taoism is a religion that originated in China, based on the teachings of the ancient Chinese philosopher Laozi (also known as Lao Tzu). It is a philosophy that focuses on living in harmony with the Tao, which is the fundamental source of reality.

Why it agrees with science?

The core principles of Taoism can be described as:

  • Oneness or unity between humans and nature and all things.
  • Harmony with oneself, others and nature; non-violence; moderation in all things like eating or sex.

Judaism

Judaism, the first monotheistic religion, believes that there is one God who has a trinity of three persons. The name for this God is YHWH (Yahweh) and he is omniscient, omnipotent and omnipresent.

Judaism agrees with science because it teaches that all matter came from nothing and will return to nothing. This means that all things are temporary and not permanent like what science says about things being temporary instead of permanent

Islam

Islam is a monotheistic religion, which believes in one God. The word “Islam” means “submission” and the religion is based on the words of the prophet Muhammad. Muhammad was born in 570 A.D. in Mecca, Saudi Arabia and he preached during his lifetime until 632 A.D., when he died at age 63.

The concept of God in Islam is very similar to other religions that believe in one God: Judaism, Christianity and Hinduism (to name three). However unlike those religions which believe that Jesus died for our sins or that there are separate gods for every aspect of life such as love or health; Islam believes there is only one god who created everything we see around us including ourselves!

Additionally Muslims do not worship idols like Christians do with Jesus’ cross or statues of Mary Maryam (Mary). Instead they pray five times per day towards Mecca which houses holy sites like the Kabah building where Muslims believe Abraham built an altar dedicated to Allah years ago during pagan times before converting his people (including Lot) away from worshipping false idols found throughout Arabia back then called jinns – evil spirits who tricked humans into believing they could grant wishes if sacrifices were made – but instead led them astray until God saved mankind by sending down messengers such as Noah/Noah’s Ark survivors

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Muhammad also taught us how to live an ethical life through his teachings on justice:

Christianity

Christianity is the world’s largest religion, and it has been around since the life of Jesus Christ. Christianity is based on the belief that Jesus was born in Bethlehem, lived a perfect life, died on a cross to save us from our sins and rose from the dead. It agrees with science because there are historical records that show this happening. For example, there is evidence that Jesus Christ actually existed and people wrote about him after he died such as Josephus Flavius who lived in first century Jerusalem when Jesus was alive or even outside of Israel like Tacitus who lived in Rome during this time period too! So these sources prove that Christianity does not contradict science at all but supports it instead because we know through history what happened with God sending His son down here on earth so that we could be saved from sin!

Sikhism

Sikhism is a monotheistic religion that was founded in the 15th century, in the Punjab region of the Indian subcontinent. The word Sikh means “disciple,” and Sikhs are those who follow Guru Nanak Dev Ji. This post will discuss the science behind Sikhism.

Guru Nanak Dev Ji taught that all faiths are equal, and there should be no discrimination among them. He said that instead of focusing on rituals and beliefs, people should focus on doing good deeds for others because that is what brings happiness to all.

He also taught that everyone has a soul which never dies but gets reincarnated again and again until it reaches salvation or liberation from this cycle of birth and death through meditation on God’s name (Naam). He also spoke about how God created us all from His Light.

Baha’i faith

Baha’i faith is a monotheistic religion founded by Baha’u’llah in Iran in 1863. It teaches that there is only one God and that all major world religions are a single religion, progressively revealed by God. The central theme of the Baha’i Faith is the unity of mankind, which it seeks to establish through its teachings on the essential equality of all human beings.

The Baha’i belief in progressive divine revelation means they do not recognize Muhammad as the last prophet (as Islam does), but instead honor him as one who received revelation from God. Similarly, they refuse to call Jesus Christ the son of God (as Christianity teaches), believing Him instead to be His messenger and an incarnation of God’s attributes rather than literally his son.

This reflects their belief in progressive revelation: since each prophet came after another person was sent with similar affirming truths about God’s nature and will for humankind, it wouldn’t make sense for them to have been “superior” prophets with more authoritative revelations than those before them—for example, it would be inconsistent for Muhammad or Jesus Christ being greater prophets than Moses or Abraham because these figures were sent with similar messages about humanity’s spiritual nature and role on earth just like Muhammad and Jesus were respectively; therefore no single prophet can be said to have had more authority over another one even if he lived later because it seems unlikely there would have been significant changes made between religions throughout history when compared against each other (with exceptions such as Christianity shifting away from Judaism due largely towards political reasons).

This belief also allows them not only accept each other but also respect them regardless how much difference there may seem between their religious practices/beliefs/etcetera – thus allowing people belonging different faiths come together peacefully without conflict (this point will explain why some scientists believe this could lead towards everyone coming together peacefully).

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Jainism

Jainism is a religion that follows the teachings of the 24th Tirthankara, Lord Mahavira. The central belief of Jainism is non-violence and compassion towards all living beings. This is referred to as ahimsa or love. Jains are vegetarian and do not kill any living thing including plants, insects and microorganisms.

Jains believe in reincarnation, but unlike other religions they don’t believe there is a soul that can live forever after death. Instead they believe that each soul has infinite lives and goes through cycles of births and deaths until it attains moksha (liberation) from worldly life through enlightenment which will lead to permanent liberation from the cycle of birth and death forever.

The concept of karma also forms an important part of their beliefs; everything you do comes back to you eventually whether it’s good or bad so by doing good deeds you accumulate positive karma which helps you achieve your goal quicker than someone who does bad things all the time

Hinduism

Hinduism is the oldest religion in the world. It does not have a founder, but rather grew organically over thousands of years. Hinduism is considered a way of life and people who follow it believe that spiritual enlightenment can be attained through meditation and worshiping their Gods. Hindus believe that there are many Gods and Goddesses who give them guidance and protection throughout their lives. Hindus also do not follow any one single dogma because they believe that each person has different paths to achieve salvation or enlightenment depending on what path they choose to take during their lifetime.

The fact that Hinduism has no singular founder makes it difficult for anyone to argue whether or not its teachings are true or false because many people see things differently while still believing they are following this religion correctly by living according to certain moral standards set forth by ancient texts written thousands of years ago when society wasn’t as advanced as it is today (or at least thats what some would argue).

Shintoism

Shintoism is the native religion of Japan. It is a polytheistic religion that reveres various gods and spirits called kami, who are active in the natural world and can be found in everything from rocks to trees to waterfalls. Shintoists believe that kami are present all around us, but they cannot be seen by normal people; only their priests can see them. Because it’s a nature-based religion, Shintoism has no founder—it was simply there before humans were born and will continue after we die. There is no sacred text for this faith either; instead, it relies on oral traditions passed down through generations by storytellers known as bards (kataribe). However unlike other religions like Judaism or Christianity whose holy texts have been written down over time through translation from one language into another—Shintoism has never been recorded in writing this way because its followers believe it would destroy their connection with nature if they did so.

Which Religion Is Scientifically Correct?

Hinduism

Hinduism is the most scientifically correct religion, because it teaches that the older you get, the closer you get to death. In Hinduism, people believe in reincarnation—that when you die and die again, your soul goes through an endless cycle of birth and rebirth. This means that as time goes on, we’re all getting closer and closer to death (and therefore god).

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It’s not just a lucky guess on Hinduism’s part: there are scientific reasons why this makes sense! As we age past middle age, we start to lose brain cells at an accelerated rate—upwards of one percent per year after age 50 [1]. So if you think about what happens when someone dies… well first off they stop breathing (which requires oxygenated blood), then their heart stops beating (which requires a continuous supply of oxygenated blood), then their brain shuts down (which needs glucose from food). If science says that as long as these three things are happening then something must be alive; what happens when they stop happening? The answer is obvious: death!

So yes Hindus have been right all along (even if they didn’t know why) – once we’re old enough everything starts falling apart faster than ever before until finally…

Darwinism

Darwinism is the theory that human beings evolved from apes. It has been proven true by science, which means you’re wrong if you don’t believe in it.

But wait! Don’t go thinking that Darwinism is some boring thing only scientists care about. The fact that humans are related to apes has some pretty cool implications for our lives today! For example, one of the things we can learn from this theory is that we should stop eating meat because it’s gross and animals will probably eventually rise up out of their graves and take revenge on us for killing them (which they totally will).

Christianity

If you’re a Christian, your religion says that God created the universe in six days. It also says that God created the earth in six days. And it says that God created the sun and moon on those same six days. This is important because if it were true, then all these things would have been made in order by God—and they were not.

There are several problems with this idea:

  • The universe is much older than 6 thousand years old (and even 10 thousand years old) based on scientific evidence like radiometric dating of rocks and fossils, cosmic background radiation, etc…
  • The earth is much older than 6000 years old based on geological features such as coral reefs which can only grow at rates slower than 0.1 mm/year which means they must be millions or billions of years old for them to exist today!

The bible says the older you get the closer you are to god. however, science has proven that the older you get the closer you get to death. this proves that hinduism is scientifically correct and not christianity.

According to the Bible, the older you get the closer you are to God. However, science has proven that the older you get the closer you get to death. This proves that Hinduism is scientifically correct and not Christianity!

Only Hinduism Is Scientifically Correct in This Regard

I have looked at the Bible and compared it to science. It doesn’t really make sense scientifically. The Bible says that the older you get, the closer you get to God, but science says that the older you get, the closer you get to death.

The Hindu religion is correct because everything revolves around cycles and their belief in reincarnation explains why some people seem more special than others – they were once great kings or queens!

Final Thought

I hope that you have enjoyed this article. The main point is that all these religion had science based facts and it helped to build the religion.

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