So what!?!?!? This does not remotely address the problems I presented concerning the problems of basing doctrines and dogmas of a religion on ancient myths. I fully acknowledge the ancient world did possess wisdom and empirical knowledge, and again that is not the issue you are side stepping and ignoring. The Baha'i Faith acknowledges that the wisdom and spiritual beliefs are founded in Revelation as the wisdom and spiritual knowledge of the Native Americans, but again I would not base doctrines and dogmas of religion today on ancient myths of the Aztecs that practiced human sacrifice based on these myths and ancient beliefs. Unfortunately Judaism, Christianity and Islam do not acknowledge the wisdom and spiritual teachings of all cultures and religions of the world a Revelation as the Baha'i Faith does. Clear exaggerated what ever!?!? . . . as this does not reflect anything I ever posted concerning science. Science has never told anyone what is factual beyond the observed objective facts of our physical existence that the theories and hypothesis are based on, anyone may observe these 'facts' if they wish to. The problem is modern advances in science has divided Christianity on serious theological grounds and assumptions. The foundation doctrines and dogmas are based on an the assumption that the events of Genesis are literally true, and it is perfectly logical for the fundamentalists to believe the authors of the NT and the church fathers that what they believed is indeed true. Beliefs like Virgin Birth, the Fall, Original Sin, and the world flood may be considered problematic, but I consider it extremely severely problematic that these beliefs are indeed considered based on some degree of literal events as 'facts' by many if not most Christians.