I am a scientist, privileged to be somebody who tries to understand nature using the tools of science. But it is also clear that there are some really important questions that science cannot really answer, such as : Why is there something instead of nothing? Why are we here? In those domains, I have found that faith provides a better path to answers. I find it oddly anachronistic that in today's culture there seems to be a widespread presumption that scientific and spiritual views are incompatible.
Which of the following is the most logical and rational inference that can be made from the above passage?
- It is the faith and not science that can finally solve all the problems of mankind.
- Science and faith can be mutually complementary if their proper domains are understood.
- There are some very fundamental questions which cannot be answered by either science or faith.
- In today's culture, scientific views are given more importance than spiritual views.
The last line of the passage, "I find it oddly anachronistic that in today's culture there seems to be a widespread presumption that scientific and spiritual views are incompatible.", provides the inference that Science and faith can be mutually complementary.
The correct option is B.