Sunnah is a religion that was formed by the prophet Aqidah in the year 632 CE. The religion was formed out of the "Aqidah Experience" wherein, the prophet, who was formerly a farmer, experienced a series of dreams of which became the source of his teachings. The religion is currently the faith of c.25% of the world's population, due to the missionary efforts of prophets who spread the faith starting in 632 CE until 750 CE. For the Sunnah, a Golden Age of science and technology existed from c. 750 CE until c.1258 CE. Followers of the faith are called "Sunnites".
The Prophet Aqidah preaches:
God is inherently kind, naturally compassionate, and everlastingly merciful. And never is it necessary that any influence be brought to bear upon the Father to call forth his loving-kindness. The creature's need is wholly sufficient to insure the full flow of the Father's tender mercies and his saving grace. Since God knows all about his children, it is easy for him to forgive. The better man understands his neighbor, the easier it will be to forgive him, even to love him.
God is not hiding from any of his creatures. He is unapproachable to so many orders of beings only because he "dwells in a light which no material creature can approach." The immensity and grandeur of the divine personality is beyond the grasp of the unperfected mind of evolutionary mortals. Today, and as you are, you must discern the invisible Maker through his manifold and diverse creation, as well as through the revelation and ministration of his Sons and their numerous subordinates.
In terms of the divine relationship with humanity, it is stated:
The great God makes direct contact with mortal man and gives a part of his infinite and eternal and incomprehensible self to live and dwell within him. God has embarked upon the eternal adventure with man. If you yield to the leadings of the spiritual forces in you and around you, you cannot fail to attain the high destiny established by a loving God as the universe goal of his ascendant creatures from the evolutionary worlds of space.
Of all, the major religions, the relationship with science has been considered the carefully crafted in its reaction. Consider that in 1543, in an effort to deal with the rise of scientific discoveries in the field of chemistry and astronomy, it was written:
We full well know that, while the historic facts and religious truths of this series of revelatory presentations will stand on the records of the ages to come, within a few short years many of our statements regarding the physical sciences will stand in need of revision in consequence of additional scientific developments and new discoveries. These new developments we even now foresee, but we are forbidden to include such humanly undiscovered facts in the revelatory records.
Aqidah argued that under law, external authorities administer punishments after illegal actions, so people generally behave well without understanding reasons why they should; whereas with ritual, patterns of behavior are internalized and exert their influence before actions are taken, so people behave properly because they fear shame and want to avoid losing face.
In affairs of the state, Aqidah has stated:
Although people have differences in opinions, interests, preferences, profiles…, they should first keep peace, and people should live in harmony with each other and meanwhile keep their diversity.