Religion is a science that deals with the relationship between God and the world.

The study of religion is an integral part of science and can shed light on the workings of the universe. 

The study of religions has been studied by scientists for centuries and is a field that encompasses a wide range of subjects.

The term religious science was coined by the German scientist, Carl Friedrich Gauss in 1902.

“The study [of religious science] has its origins in the Greek and Latin religions,” said Dr. David Stoddart, a professor of philosophy at St. John’s College and an expert on religion at the University of Wisconsin, Madison.

“The ancient Greeks used the term to describe the study of cosmology and the history of the cosmos.

The name was taken up by the Romans, and by the French in the early 17th century, but was adopted by the English in the mid-1800s.”

The study has a history stretching back to the ancient Greeks.

In fact, the study was originally created by an Italian scholar named Giovanni Cassini, who studied with the Italian philosopher, Nicolaus Copernicus, who wrote a book called De Trinitate philosophiae (The Trinity).

“Cassini developed a theory of the unity of the three divine Persons of the Trinity, and in the final chapter of the book, he states the Trinity as one God,” Dr. Stoddard said.

The idea of a divine Person or Trinity is central to the study and teaching of the Bible.

A Christian can understand the Bible as the word of God, but this does not mean that Christians are required to believe in God.

Dr. Daniel Riese, a religion professor at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Ky., told Business Insider that the study doesn’t necessarily require one to be a Christian.

“But it is very clear that the Bible teaches the idea that God is God, that He is the One and only true God, and that He exists for all time,” he said.