Even though popular culture looks to the scientist to tell them “the facts” about all things, science is really woefully inadequate to explain many aspects of reality. Scientists may presupposes certain things like miracles cannot happen or there is no God, and then formulate other theories. But that’s not knowledge, that’s presupposition. Personal experience, emotions, reason, logic, and revelation all address truth-claims and all can be justifiable in their proper instances. To limit one’s self to science in order to gain knowledge is like trying to build a house with only a hammer. A hammer can pound nails, but you wouldn’t want to use it to drive a screw and it would be completely useless to cut wood. — Lenny Esposito (from, Beyond Science: Understanding Real Knowledge)