Science has a fundamental position because almost every human activity is controlled by science. Science is growing following the accretion of human needs in all aspects, therefore the developing disciplines, the natural sciences, social sciences-humanities and religious sciences. Natural science is born to meet the needs of physical, material and mechanical-engineering of humans against nature. Developing social sciences meet basic human needs which are non-material, while theology was developed to meet the needs of the moral and spiritual-religious human. These three disciplines have epistemological distinctiveness. This distinction is reflected in how the sciences are different from each other. Supposedly all three of these disciplines can develop in a balanced way, but in fact sometimes people look at one eye one of them. This is not quite right, because in fact all three of these disciplines are equally important and complement each other.