عنوان مقاله [English]
The discussion of religious science concerning experimental sciences is a new issue in religious studies, philosophy of science and new theology. There are two contradictory tendencies regarding it. First tendency holds that the description of experimental sciences to religious and non-religious, or in other word making religious sciences, is cogent and plausible, as well as helpful and necessary. The second tendency maintains that this is implausible and impossible. Exponents of this view has developed many arguments the most significant ones are: meaninglessness of religiosity in subject, the purpose and method of science, the separation between asking and replying and between assemblage and judgment in scientific investigations, study of threefold stages of scientific investigation, insufficiency of principles for making Islamic humanities, non-relatedness of science, undermining the incorrigibility of scientific sciences and vulnerability of religion according to scientific theories. These arguments have been criticized and assessed in this paper.