ah, okay, then I actually agree, too.
Certainly they can BOTH exist- I know many people for whom that is exactly the case. They completely accept evolution as fact while still having a belief in a higher power.
And while I loved Hitchens and love Dawkins and Sam Harris, et al- they certainly can arrogant, condescending dicks in their single-mindedness at times, too.
(Although you only have to read through the latest on the weight loss posts to see what happens in a society when we rely less on reason and facts and more on emotion and wishful thinking.
It's frustrating! )
But if you limit yourself to the kinds of questions that science can ask, you’re leaving out some other things that I think are also pretty important, like why are we here and what’s the meaning of life and is there a God? Those are not scientific questions. I simply would argue you need to be thoughtful when you’re asking a question—is this a faith question or a science question? As long as one keeps that distinction clearly in mind, then I don’t see a conflict.
I agree with him here, too.
I guess I don't find it 'limiting' to ONLY believe in the natural and not need the supernatural to exist to have meaning in life. I know some do, and that is all good as well.