There is too much ink spent worrying about this question. Religion is simply irrelevant to science, and whether or not science contradicts religion may be of interest to theologians but it simply doesn't matter to scientists.
...wait a decade and we will know a lot more about the anthropic principle.
It would appear, then, that one cannot be coherently religious and scientific at the same time.
A spinning object exerts centrifugal force, in the form of momentum. Even in the vacuum of space, this is true. Now, eliminate every single atom in the universe, except for the spinning object. 1. Does it still spin? 2. Does it still exert centrifugal force? Theoretically, no, because it has no background to spin against.
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