The “War” between science and religion is a misconception. Theists and atheists both believe we can discover much about reality by the scientific method. Both believe that our innate creativity and remarkable intellect can use the creation to bring into being things that would not exist without human invention.
H₂O. Water. Water gives life. Life needs water. Science fiction and fantasy aside, everything we know about life requires water for it to exist, to come into being, to persist in being, to evolve, according to both the evolutionary and the creationist paradigms of life.
You may have seen episodes of science fiction series and films in which life somehow has come to be in crystalline or gaseous (not water-vapour) form. There is no evidence for that anywhere, and no science that can even propose it could ever happen. Such episodes have crossed from science and even science-fiction into shear fantasy.
As long as we have breath in our bodies, we have the opportunity to aim at becoming what we were originally intended to be. We can choose to use that breath, which in Hebrew also designates the living essence of who and what we are, to act like the Creator’s agents and image-bearers or to pursue what Solomon and every other great potentate and magnate has typically pursued in place of that.
He turned his head, sensing he was being watched. He had not scented me, for the breeze was from him to me, and I had been stalk-still, entranced, transfixed! He saw me and his yellow eyes locked onto mine. Neither moved, but there was an electric moment of contact and acknowledgement.