A modern view, described by Stephen Jay Gould as " non-overlapping magisteria " (NOMA), is that science and religion deal with fundamentally separate aspects of human experience and so, when each stays within its own domain, they co-exist peacefully.  While Gould spoke of independence from the perspective of science, W. T. Stace viewed independence from the perspective of the philosophy of religion . Stace felt that science and religion, when each is viewed in its own domain, are both consistent and complete. 
Whole self: This relationship just feels wrong. It’s time to go. I’m going. Logical Mind: Wha-wha-wait a minute! But I love this person!