Theology and Philosophy are different sides to the same coin. They are/were both used to explain the behaviour of humans and nature. When in the infancy of our species we didn’t know where earthquakes came from, why people died, why the sun… went around the earth (or vice verse!), how life arose on earth. Being curious mammals, theology was the invention to explain all of that. Then came philosophy, an enlightening period for us. Where theology was based on faith, philosophy used reason and critical discussion about the natural world to make sense of it. Both were, very recently, replaced by science as our best method for finding out the truth. I say now that we have science and the scientific method, it’s about time we retired theology, though philosophy I think still remains important as it’s not challenging science. Philosophers like A.C. Grayling are still enlightening the population. Though if we are to pursue what is true, then science definitely provides the best answers (and correct ones).