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You can include in your answer that with science there is always a credible evidence behind the discovery where as with religion there isn’t . However there is limits in science and it’s power ,for example diseases and cures, whereas in (some) religion there is no limit. Therefor science is neither right nor wrong , and religion is neither right nor wrong.
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