There appears to be an unspoken ‘faith’ war going on In our contemporary society. On the one hand we have science making breakthroughs on a daily basis and on the other hand there are those among us that believe modern science should only be seen as explaining the explainable and ignoring the unexplainable, thus leaving this in the category of religion or faith. This particular illustration challenges the borders of what we know as the truth. Is there really more than science can explain ? And how far can we take our need for scientific exploration ? Should we cross the fine lines of ethical dilemmas all in the name of science ? And also what if the ethical implications of science become appropriated by religious institutions ? Hence leaving science to doctrine ? For many these questions can only be answered in a certain contemporary discourse. Instead of borrowing pre-stated answers from each specific discourse : They can, however, also be answered from an abstract point of view : my goal in this particular work. Don’t answer questions, but think about them. Focus and study this illustration while keeping with the above questions in mind. Try answering them for yourself based on your feelings and thoughts.