I think that by the title of this thread I have exposed myself. I believe in God. That aside, let me point out the obvious: Science, mathematics, philosophy and any progression made in any or all of the subjects never cease to question God as to say He does or does not exist. All throughtout the ages, fool or wise, we have all come to examine the same evidences about whether or not God exists regardless of how advance we get. The universe has been proven to be irreducibly complex and the more we progress, the more evident this becomes. After each discovery a man will say, "We have come close to unlocking the secrets" and again, "It's just a matter of time" Yet the there is at least two constants that forever remain; the wise and the foolish. If God exists and He is given the proper attributes of deity then truly there is nothing else other than the persuit to prove or disprove Him. If technological, physiological, pshychological and all logical forms have taken such an advancement then why do we continue to ask the same questions and reduntantly receive the same answers? You may say that religion is an ancient relic of the past to appease the ignorant minds of a pitiful existence that incessantly interferes with the progression of man in his search for immortatily. Maybe it's the belief in God that keeps man from consuming himself in the deception that he can cheat death. Progression while denying God is the persuit for immortality without the "dictatorship" of God. If it's not about God then what is it about?