What is the main idea of the second paragraph of the attached passage, which has been reproduced here?
Philosophers in Ancient Greece were some of the first thinkers to combine science and religion in their studies, believing that the study of science was the same as studying creation. When Europe began to shy away from science in favor of religion, Islamic scientists kept the Greek studies alive with no sign of tensions between religious and scientific ways of thinking. Eventually, science was accepted in Europe again and it was once more taught in conjunction with religion. Many famous scientists are known for their religious affiliations, including Roger Bacon, a monk and scientist. (17)