I’m no scientist – and in addition I’m a tad wary of mixing science and religion. My point of view has generally been that “science” can describe the “what” and perhaps the “how” – whereas faith primarily describes the “why”. So I don’t need to prove anyone wrong about evolution or any other theory of how the physical universe works – I just think that whatever we can deduce from our observations, there is also a non-physical, let’s call it spiritual, dimension to the universe that interacts with the physical dimensions. And I think that that dimension is also “observable”, at least by its effects (which is basically how we observe the physical universe, by the way), despite the best efforts of the materialists to say it isn’t. Nevertheless: I found this article a bit fascinating, if only because it confirms Shakespeare’s conclusion that “There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio, Than are dreamt of in your philosophy.” See what you think – (and thanks to www.danieljoachim.org for the pointer).