Blossoming from Charles Darwin and his theory of Evolution, the meaning and significance of existence has always been a question that leads to more questions. How does one respond when asked, "what do you live for?" There's a thousand different ways you can handle that. But what is a misconception with Darwin's work is that he discovered that a seed can transform, but it cannot produce itself. When his paper entitled, "The Origin of Species" came out, people said he killed God. But quite the contrary, he didn't. If anything he heled the theologians out there, Because he proved that the seed planted in the ground was so specifically designed that it could mutate and be warped.
Like a computer, if a computer program could watch an iTunes visualizer and believes that it's holy and divine, are they going to lose their faith when they find out a human architect created the equation for organized randomness and beauty? No, they will more so appreciate that the architect made it for them, and further appreciate that that architect is smarter than they are. SO really, the question here is what do you think Darwin had in mind when he wrote the paper? Why did so many think of it as controversy? What do you live for?