what solution do you think I am thinking,where science has the answer? In your bio you did not state GOD ,just a higher power
I did say at the moment I am putting more store in the Bible which hence means God but it is also a phase I have been through before.
But the "higher power" has been my view for most of my adult life except from about age 20 to 32 or so.
I see the "higher power" belief as stemming from a lack of available knowledge. I've thought about this one a lot lately so bear with me..
On one side, say... the far right side... you have the hard core believer. Usually this believer has at best a rudamentary knowledge about science and the way it works. When this is the case, it is easy to believe in a "higher power" because there are so many unanswered questions.
On the other side, say... the far left side... you have the atheist. Many times, this atheist is someone who knows a LOT about science and the way it works. This leads to having many fewer questions about the universe because they have studied the answers that scientists have been able to provide and find their arguments convincing.
Nearer to the middle of the line is where a lot of people sit. They have lots of questions but they also have lots of answers. As time passes and more people have access to higher learning and with the internet going full swing, I think there will be a continued trend away from religion.
Now, for me, there was a time when I wasn't too interested in any of this stuff. I didn't care about religion at all, and science was cool but not a big draw for my free time. During that time, for all intents and purposes, I sat the middle of the line. But once I studied the religious question more, and realized that Christianity was just a big lie, then it was like the flood gates opened up and I wanted to know as much as I possibly could about the universe. I started to swing toward the left of the line.
At some point in that process, I realized that religion was a convenient answer people gave when they couldn't accept the term "I don't know". It suddenly occured to me that all the questions I didn't have the answers to, were just questions that science had not fully been able to work out yet. That everything really should be considered natural until evidence presents itself to think otherwise about anything. Could the universe have been created naturally? Yep. Could we really just be evolved species of animal? Hell yep.
So here I sit on the far left of that line.
I have no problem with the idea of a higher power. I do not believe it's true, but I hold out for more evidence before making final judgement. It's fine for me because usually people who believe like that aren't going to tell me I need to believe it, or tell my kids to believe it, or try to make government policy around it, etc.