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Metaphysics of Divine Science
The title of this article seems to unite three contradictory concepts. By definition, metaphysics is a realm that lies beyond physics. This seems to make it somewhat unreal and contradictory to the concrete world of science and its discovery and application of fundamental principles. The same can be said about religion. Most people regard religion and the concept of the divine as something mythical. The problem with this type of reasoning can be summed up with the following paradox: Would any religion or spiritual pursuit exist if it didn't produce certain tangible beneficial results?