I'm going to try to refrain from giving my whole history and experiences with religion and such to a minimum. But basically I was raised Catholic, but yet I wouldn't consider my family a very religious one either. An example would be that I haven't even gone to church probably for at least 4 or 5 years.
Anyway, as I've gotten older my views have changed. I consider myself a spiritual person, I believe in God, but not in the same way I did when I was a young boy. I think now that I'm older I understand the complexity of the universe even more, which doesn't really mean I understand it anymore . I guess it would be hard to describe how I envision God, but that God to me can appeal to all my senses and also none. God can live through me, or me through God. That's probably the worst way I could ever explain it, I'd do better to quote someone but I'm a little lazy. Anyways, to my point...
I was never a big proponent for evolution. I do, however, see it as a good explanation as how mankind could have changed over the years. I accept it, yet I don't as well. Maybe it's me as an INFP, but I'm not fully invested in accepting it into my belief until it stands some long test of time most likely. I think Darwin's discovery is amazing, but I also think he had some ideas that I find appauling. Like for instance, I don't believe we should let the weak die off. I think there are weak people in our society BECAUSE of many bad decisions made throughout history by governments and such to put people in such situations. I believe in helping people (INFP much? )
The generation I live in could definitely be described as "Godless", at least when considering the majority of young American's these days. I don't mean this to be offensive, but from my experience it's an understatement. People can believe, or not believe, what they want - - that is their right. But I do believe, from a sociology standpoint, its hard to deny there will be an impact from this on future generations. What that will be is speculation right now.
A psychology textbook I'm currently reading put it the best way I could think of, and also helped to clear it up my head a bit. It mentioned that science is explains "what" we are and "how" mankind came to where we are now, and that religion is more about "who" (in regards to creation) and "why" we are here on a grand scale and also how to live our lives.
So does anyone else here believe in God and evolution?