Naturalistic scientists tell us, over and over, that nature is from nature. And they’re smart. Their science is really good. They’ve been doing it for 400 years, and it is very powerful. Meanwhile, religiousscientists tell us that either 1) The earth is 7,500 years old, and Creation happened by magic. Once. Or 2) Nature was “designed” by a Creator, with evidence for this in the many irreducibly complex systems we see at work in natural things. The trouble is that Creationism is a hard proposition to support, and “Creation Science” requires some pretty creative reasoning to confirm. Intelligent Design science is good, really good. But given that nature is “designed” these scientists can’t tell us how it is designed. Not even a little bit.“ Evolution science is wrong,” they say, “but we really don’t know how it works either.” So that’s a big let-down. Other scientists hedge. Some talk a good line, but they too often are like fish, swimming up close to that spiritual edge, but then turning away at the last minute, to avoid being labeled “religious.” (That can kill a career in science, you know.) They talk about the “emergence” of complexity in nature, leading all the way to living forms and even consciousness. They talk about the origin of life, and quantum particles that come into and go out of this world—from where? . . . to where? But they won’t mention a Creator, and for those few who are bold enough to do so, they can’t tell us how it works. Not even a little bit. So where do we go from here?