Good points.<quoted text>Well, it's the truth, we really don't know a lot!! But even some scientists think they know it all.
But what has our curiosity and determination helped us achieve? OK, u sent a man to the moon, so what? U discovered big bang theory, so what? U sent gadgets to outer space, so what? We humans are still killing each other like animals, we're so close to even making the bloody fish in the sea extinct, How has science and knowledge helped us to become better human-beings?
Thanks to science we even know that we all come from the same ancestor, we are all one species but has racism, sexism and other forms of discrimination stopped? No, it's just taken on another form, but it's still there.
Science is not the answer to world peace!! That's more important than knowing how the world was created!!
Science doesn't deal with the why's.
But religion doesn't do such a great job either, does it.
As for what might help us learn to get along better, my vote goes to secular humanism.
And don't confuse that with atheism. You can be religious AND a secular humanist.
In the case of Christians, they might have to give up their homophobia.