Comment: Re evolution, you make an excellent point.

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Re evolution, you make an excellent point.

I'm reminded of a book by Freeman Dyson: "Infinite in All Directions." I think it's funny how people on both sides can argue with such conviction based on, really, so little understanding we have about how the universe works and ties together - from the subatomic level out to the furthest galaxies... no less in both visible and non-visible domains. Just as sound, for one, is not visible although we can see its effect on matter, I think there's a *whole lot more* out there than what meets the eye.

I thought you might be interested to check out this award-winning documentary. (I don't know your religious beliefs, but FYI, while it doesn't concern religion, per se, I found it to subtly promote a Buddhist worldview, not that I thought it conflicted with my own Christian beliefs, at least re the material it covers.) I found it fascinating, especially the first half.
Part 1:

When we try to pick out anything by itself, we find it hitched to everything else in the Universe.
~ John Muir