The obvious reason that so many scientists endorse the theory of macroevolutionary process as the best explanation for life origins and development here on Earth is because they really believe such to be the case. But is that true, really? Is it possible that there's a lot more to the story than meets the eye? Wayne Friar, Ph.D., AIIA's Resource Associate for Science and Origins, says this: Polls have shown that about 40% of scientists acknowledge a supernatural power. But the majority of the scientific community, especially evolutionary leaders today, hold an atheistic worldview. As support for their anti-supernatural worldviews, these scientists need mechanisms for the origin of life, especially humans. Atheism needs evolution to escape from any implications regarding a creator. If one starts with Darwinism, certainly it is easy to escape from any obligation to God. Those opposed to their reasoning are branded as obscurantists who are trying to intrude religion into science.