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Ancient Yet Modern




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Hindu Books > Books By Rajaji > Hinduism Doctrine And Way Of Life > Ancient Yet Modern

Dr.C.Rajagopalachari Page1

The Question may be asked, all this "being accepted, what then? Is not the contradiction inevitable? It is true that religion or philosophy contrary to modem science is bound to become sham and hypocrisy, but is there any possibility of removing the maladjustment or averting the mischief? Can we offer to the world a new religion, which is not contrary to science? While it may be true and may be accepted that to secure a firm basis for progress all disharmony between science and religion and between religion and statecraft must be removed, and an integrated and well-adjusted body of thought and feeling must be established, is there any hope, it may be asked, of finding a solution in that direction? Are we not leading to the position that religion must be given up altogether? Is it not obvious that the contradiction pointed out can only be removed by the total abandonment of religion? Is it possible, at this stage of human history, to build a religious fabric around scientific truth as it has evolved and is still evolving?

Author : Shri C. Raja Gopalachari




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