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Everything we can see was created in a Big Bang explosion with no cause of its own. The resulting universe operates under intelligible laws we can determine over time, which came from nowhere. Our species evolved from animals with no first moment of creation. We ourselves are born randomly and without purpose despite every ounce of our being telling us that we are more than that. We live in a lively and beautiful world, filled with wonders, but are meant to consider ourselves separate and, in the end, alone. We feel a thousand things a day—love, community, admiration, sadness, joy–but none are measurable so they are not important. Despite every civilization from the dawn of time trying to pursue truth, there is no such thing because we can’t prove it in a lab or classroom. And, to be modern and enlightened, we must believe in precisely nothing.
Alternatively, we could turn to our great traditions and live in faith. We could step back from the assumptions the world forces upon us and take a look at the bigger picture for ourselves. We could bow to science in respect and thanks without ageeing that it is the only path to truth. It is difficult to say which of the two views is more enlightened, but it is quite clear which makes more sense.