My friendNeil wrote:And again, Adonai, this needs to be stressed. Even if science doesn't have the answers to your questions, that doesn't make God the answer by default. That is still the God of the gaps argument.
we can choose between something illogical, reasonably unsustainable, impossible, and your " God of the gap ".
I remain with the " God of the gap "
one more time.....
http://www.godandscience.org/apologetic ... _gaps.html
Many skeptics believe that all arguments for the existence of God fall into the God of the gaps variety. According to this premise, one would expect these arguments to become fewer in number as scientists make more discoveries and learn more about our world. In reality, evidence continues to accumulate suggesting that the universe was designed by an intelligent agent. The evidence suggesting that the universe and its physical laws were designed continues to accumulate at a rapid rate.