Philosophies from both sides of the river can be quick to offer sensible stories around "events" such as this one. But when we view the river more like a lake, "sides" are more difficult to talk about. And when we understand such through the frame of "ocean," ... with shifting reefs, sandbars, and with beaches in constant change, ... the very complexity of life in *this place we call home* seems to evaporate into arguments that highlight differences in understanding.
The faithful believe in a story, ... as do the scientists, ... and we can all make sense of this video in ways to fortify such.
I sense, though, ... a middle ground: where faith and science shake hands.
We are only "as right," ... as correct or founded and grounded, ... as our perspectives allow for, and so it might be important to have as many of those "scopes" as humanly possible.
God is good, ... all the time, ... and good science is too.
In fact, ... some may call good science "Godly!"